The car shipping industry is in its third year of rapid expansion, and as a result, some car dealerships are finding themselves in the midst of an industry-wide downturn.
According to an analysis by the Federal Trade Commission, the auto industry employs more than 25 million people and employs more people than the military, with some analysts predicting that the auto business will take more than 1 million jobs in 20 years.
This has led to a dramatic spike in vehicle prices.
According the NASDAQ, in the first half of 2017, the average price of a new car was $22,000, with the median price at $29,500.
That’s a 43 percent increase from the same period in 2016, according to the NASD.
The average selling price for a car rose more than 35 percent in the same time period, according the NASDC.
These prices have led to the auto companies trying to lower prices to attract new customers.
But some car buyers are finding their cars aren’t affordable anymore.
Some car dealers have been forced to cut back on their prices to stay competitive, and some car manufacturers are going bankrupt.
The decline in the car industry is causing the price of gasoline to spike and the price for many gasoline-related products to go up, causing consumers to pay more for gas.
As a result of these trends, the car-related industry is going through an unprecedented cycle, said Paul Zweig, president of the Center for Automotive Research, in a press release.
The current recession in the auto sector is just one of the factors that has led the industry to experience a major downturn in car sales.
The recession that began in 2009 was a downturn in the overall economy, but it was also the result of a collapse in the value of the dollar.
As car prices have been going up, the dollar has been going down, and the value and purchasing power of the U.S. dollar has declined.
These factors are driving down the value, meaning car prices are going down.
Zweiger noted that the current recession has affected all sectors of the economy, including manufacturing and construction.
However, auto sales have been particularly affected by the recession, as they’ve experienced the greatest price drops.
This means that car dealers are losing more and more money.
In 2018, car dealers will be able to cut their profit margins by up to 20 percent in order to stay afloat.
Zwieg pointed out that the biggest reason for the downturn is because the automotive industry is experiencing an unprecedented price decline.
He added that this is a “very dangerous cycle” because car dealers cannot make money at the same price they were at before the recession.
Zwarig has called on the auto manufacturers to help the auto dealers to bring prices back down.
As he said, the automakers have been trying to save as much as they can in order for the industry’s profitability to be sustainable.
But with car prices increasing, it has been difficult for car companies to raise prices.
The U.K. is the most prominent country that has made a big push for car sales, and many other countries are trying to bring in the cheap auto parts that the U,S., and China are importing.
The automotive industry has been a major player in the U-S.
and China trade, as the U.,S., China, and other countries have been importing parts and parts and more and higher prices.
It is hard to get good prices for parts, especially if the parts are made in China, Zweigl said.
In an effort to bring down prices, Zwarigs team at the Centerfor AutomotiveResearch.com recently released a report, The Cost of Cheap Car Parts, that compared the cost of components in the United States and China.
The study found that the United Kingdom’s cost of an engine can be as much $1,000 higher in the Chinese market, according a report by the New York Times.
The report also found that a car manufacturer in the UK is forced to pay for parts made in the South Korean car manufacturing industry because the South Koreans are not able to produce as many parts.
Other parts cost a lot more in the developing world, but are more affordable in the developed world.
Zweiig said the U.-S.
car industry has a huge potential to benefit from cheaper parts, and that could help drive down prices.
But car dealers and car companies need to be able for these parts to be produced in the cheapest way possible, Zwig added.