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Covid 19 Dashboard World Car Sales 2021 Forecaster, Aussies the only ones with positive car sales numbers last month according to the latest latest data, India are forecasted to have the worlds biggest car sales jump by the end of 2021 maybe because the market sells low tech cars without chips in them.

The World looks like it will have a +5% average improvement by the end of a chip shortage 2021, anything below that is a below par performance, compared locked down 2020.

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Probably got the idea from the World Heath Organisation - WHO Covid 19 Dashboard that gathers covid data from every country in the world.

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Covid 19 positive cumulative case last March to today.

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Australia & India seemed to have the best set of cars 2021 sales data, US & UK car markets are holding up considering they look like they have been hit the hardest by the pandemic.

What is strange about the covid data tables is both the US & UK are among the best two vaccinated countries on the planet, yet have some of the worst covid numbers and have still look like they will end up in positive cars sales data by the the end of 2021.

Worst bit of the pandemic was arguably covid was first conceived in China, they don't seem be registering at the top of bit of the World Heath Organisation Covid 19 tables. It's seems the wide whole worlds economy got trashed by the covid pandemic, sadly 225 millions lost their jobs worldwide during the pandemic, and world debt is approaching $300 trillions mostly taxpayers debt borrowed from bank that Governments have borrowed to get their countries through the pandemic

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What is strange about the covid data tables is both the US & UK are among the best two vaccinated countries on the planet, yet have some of the worst covid numbers and have still look like they will end up in positive cars sales data by the the end of 2021.

Worst bit of the pandemic was arguably covid was first conceived in China, they don't seem be registering at the top of bit of the World Heath Organisation Covid 19 tables. It's seems the wide whole worlds economy got trashed by the covid pandemic, sadly 225 millions lost their jobs worldwide during the pandemic, and world debt is approaching $300 trillions mostly taxpayers debt borrowed from bank that Governments have borrowed to get their countries through the pandemic

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While some of that is true, many western countries did not respond to covid as quickly as they should have, their leaders either didn’t react properly or tried to down play it as if it was just a bad flu that would quickly pass. Once the full reality was known, it became catch up which is much harder to contain.

Also, the vaccines don’t give complete immunity, they simply reduce the severity of symptoms so it’s still important to control outbreaks with isolation measures, looks like Delta is finally starting to abate.

Austrailia has lifted with vaccinations in its two covid affected states, New South Wales and Victoria are now respectively at 92% and 88% for first jab which is an amazing result. The other four states, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia are all around 72%-75% first jab but struggling to lift higher exactly because there’s basically no covid cases thanks to strong lock down interventions.

On Australia’s car sales, we never got hit really bad with covid cases and the government supported people prevented from working in lock downs. While lower cost and entry level vehicle sales were hit, everything else in the various segments continued to sell as people’s wages and salaries mostly continued unaffected but those people on job keeper were generally unable to apply for car loans. As covid abates in Australia and the states begin opening up, people are actually cashed up and able to afford a new vehicle so happy times for car dealers. As is the case in the USA, used vehicle prices are much higher thanks to restricted new vehicle supply, the V8 Falcon in my shed has risen in price, time to complete the rebuild………
 
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