Russell George AM, the Shadow Minister for Transport, has called on the Welsh Government to provide support to Holyhead Port during the Covid-19 pandemic.
While some freight services continue between Wales and Ireland, the reduction in the number of passenger services has led to calls for Welsh Government financial support to fill the gap between a reduced income and the running costs of maintaining the important strategic international transport and freight route between Dublin and Holyhead.
The British Grand Prix in July may go ahead without spectators, if there are successful talks with the Government over the current coronavirus regulations.
The French GP is the latest casualty of the pandemic and the F1 series organisers want to start the season in July if they can with a rescheduled calendar being drawn up for the rest of the year.
Volkswagen Group brands Skoda, Audi, Bentley, Porsche and Seat are slowly re-starting production in Portugal, Spain, Russia, South Africa, the Czech Republic and South America this week.
JLR said it will return to work mid-May but Nissan has indicated it is cutting back on Japanese lines and other car makers are mindful of building models for saturated stocks held in compounds as customers have dried up.