Khdorocar - Hopeful automotive record highs earlier this year had promising days for both car makers and customers alike, but due to continued sanctions and problems for suppliers, virtually all of these record breaks and crossing production ceilings. Thousands of cars were once again out of reach for big automakers.
The problem is that although SAIPA is less well-planned, IKCO have still not been able to replicate their favorable conditions this past year due to major management changes.
On the other hand, with the rising exchange rate and the accumulation of arrears that have remained for years for carmakers and should be delivered to customers at old prices (summer 97), carmakers face another serious challenge.
In this situation, the car makers will still have to build their cars with even more losses and uphold their previous commitments. On the other hand, carmakers must provide higher exchange rates to supply their raw materials, and this middle of the exchange rate volatility will again hurt production and, to a certain extent, the auto industry.
According to auto industry experts, the continuation of this volatility and rising exchange rates in the current situation could be very expensive for the auto industry, and if the central bank and the government fail to provide automakers with speed, the industry may soon be in line with its six affiliates. There will be more serious problems.
It should be seen that the head of the central bank, who had previously accused automakers of being vulgar, can now bring the exchange rate conditions to a general stability at least twice as long as the exchange rate, or this exchange rate hike will continue.