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Automakers Might Retool To Make Ventilators

Ford and General Motors say they are evaluating whether they could retool their factories to produce much-needed medical equipment as the coronavirus pandemic spreads.
Ford and General Motors say they are evaluating whether they could retool their factories to produce much-needed medical equipment as the coronavirus pandemic spreads. Source: Bill Pugliano

Updated at 3:32 p.m. ET

U.S. automakers are assessing whether they can convert their plants to manufacture critical medical equipment, like ventilators, that will be in short spreads.

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