A Picture is Worth: Unsold Hondas


Hondas at Swindon; Andy Rain/EPA

The Guardian photo essay notes: Carmakers around the world are cutting production as inventories build up to unprecedented levels. Storage areas and docksides are now packed with vast expanses of unsold cars as demand slumps.

Ryan Avent wonders:
How we choose to deploy valuable resources. What else might they have been?

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