Opinion: New year, new challenges; here's what Michigan is up against in 2022

Patrick L. Anderson

Since 2020, we’ve witnessed a pandemic, a presidential transition, a supply chain crunch, closed borders, lockdowns, vaccination campaigns, huge government spending and creeping inflation.

Citizens in the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Britain, France, India and elsewhere have reacted intensely to government policies. American, Japanese and Korean automakers have struggled to produce cars.

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