Saturday, April 16, 2011

Is it not good for 2011 as Year of Automotive World Threats?

Although just a few months, the economic magazine Fortune revealed that it was a remarkable year for car sales world.

According to the count of an executive Detroit Three, the market share of subcompact and compact cars have increased 25 percent in recent months. However, it is not easy to pass the rest of the year with sales of seamless.



Detroit Three is the designation for the three largest car companies from the United States, namely General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler.

Indeed, almost every year there is the economic panic, "but this year seems very bad," the report noted, Tuesday, April 12, 2011.

According to him, just the latest threat of budget deficits and rising U.S. government debt, which would affect the economy.

In addition, the uprising in the Middle East has pushed gold prices soared and the number of commodities, including oil prices. As a result, gasoline prices also jumped sharply.

Meanwhile, Japanese earthquake and the tsunami has cut supply lines and production of automobile parts in Japan. What's worse, this problem spread to several other countries in the world, including in the United States. "Recently, Honda and Toyota have cut production in the U.S.."

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