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  • Analysis Of The Automotive Industry

    The great recession in America was an economic disaster. In 2008, almost 8 million people lost their jobs. Along with that, it wiped out small and big businesses. Not only did it affect the US, but other countries who traded with the US experienced some changes too. The industry that faced major losses was automotive. The automotive industry was hit particularly hard and plays a big role in the economy. In this essay, i will analyze the automotive industry, its major competitors and the time period will be from 2008 to present. First of all the reason why I chose the time period to start at 2008 was because of the great recession. It was an interesting time period for the automotive industry . It was there where we saw the automotive industry…

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  • Perseverance In The Automotive Industry

    Over the past fifty years, the American automotive industry has proven to be a pivotal aspect of our country’s economy, as this provides for many livelihoods of our citizens. Before taking a deeper look at the Corvette and how the car itself promotes American perseverance, research shows that the manufacturers themselves embrace this challenge to overcome adversity, and cherish American ingenuity as they fight for what’s best for our people. Taking a look at General Motors for example, an…

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  • Automotive Industry In Ontario

    The automobile industry in Ontario immensely affects our society and helps develop our economy as a growing population. The automobile industry is Ontario’s biggest export industry. It produces the most vehicles per year in North America and this industry supports many services that we all rely on as well as it provides many Ontario citizens with employment. In 2014 Ontario’s automobile industry alone produced 2,3828,20 vehicles (6,527) Per day, more than any other province or state in North…

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  • Automotive Industry Analysis Paper

    Today we examine the Automotive industry in the United States of America. Not only is the automotive industry a cornerstone of the American economy, but there is a rich history of American involvement in this global industry for more than 100 years. When Ford’s legendary Model T began being mass-produced in 1913, the innovations brought about enormous advancements in manufacturing in general. ( (n.d.)) Esteemed as it may be, the American automotive industry is also faced with many…

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  • Effects Of Globalization In The Automotive Industry

    The recent trend of globalization has had a significant effect on many different industries, including the automotive industry. The automotive industry is a relatively new industry that was sparked by the industrial revolution and pushed into the day-to-day lives of many through the power of major oil companies. Finding an efficient mass transportation system for people has been a consistent issue that even today we have yet to solve. The introduction of the automobile and highway systems is the…

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  • Environmental Issues In The Automotive Industry

    Environmental Issues in the Automotive Industry The automotive industry is in full recovery mode after the recession in 2008 and 2009, and vehicle production numbers were set to exceed 20 million by 2015. (Subran, 2014).Further, the automotive industry continues to grow, at a rate of approximately 4% per year. (Subran, 2014). The enormity of the industry means that the fallout from both the industrial production process and the end result should be closely monitored. Clearly, such…

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  • Automotive Industry Environment Essay

    Analysis of the Environment The automotive industry is highly competitive and a significant contributor to the United State’s economy. It is a pillar in providing millions of jobs on a global scale and contributes almost 3% to global GDP. This industry in many countries also provides people with a higher standard of living because it enables mobility in a comfortable and safe manner. With increasing population globally, the consumer demand on vehicles is also on the rise. The industry…

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  • How To Analyze The Automotive Industry

    Since the beginning of time, we as people have advanced. From slavery to an African American president. From living in a cave to living in a house. From the use of feet to the ability to fly. From leaves covering our bottoms to T-shirts covering up our tops. From hunting our food to having a wide variety of choices in your local grocery store. No matter how you view the world, we as a civilization in American have come a long way from when we first started out. A great way to go in depth on our…

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  • Environmental Issues In Automotive Industry

    Environmental Issues in the American Automotive Industry Competition in the American Automotive Industry is not only stateside, but global as well. There are car manufacturers from all over the world like Germany, Japan, America, China, Australia, Canada, and France. There are 40+ countries that manufacture automobiles and each one of them are in direct competition with each other. “It is suggested that the globalization of the automotive industry, greatly accelerated during the last half of…

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  • Analysis: The Threats To The Automotive Industry

    The automotive industry has enjoyed an enormous amount of success in recent years. But along with the success, comes many problems and threats to the industry. We are going to take a look at some of the environmental challenges that are facing the auto industry in America. Specifically the cost, consumer choices, global competition, technology, and the infamous self-driving car. The first threat to the auto industry in America is the cost of owning a car. A car is a very substantial…

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