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DANBURY, N.H. — The U.S. auto industry is in a crisis.

The numbers are staggering.

Nearly one-third of the U.M.S.’s auto plants have shuttered or announced they will shutter.

And in some cases, the losses are coming in rapid succession.

Some automakers have shut their plants, including Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., Toyota Motor Corp. and Chrysler Corp. Many others have scaled back operations, including Chrysler and Ford Motor.

In all, U.N. figures show more than half of U.s. auto plants were forced to close last year.

The U.K. has also reported a decline in production, with production down 1.5% in the 12 months through December.

Auto makers are trying to find other markets.

Ford Motor has been in talks with the European Union to build a new plant in the Czech Republic.

The U., however, says the U-K.

should do more to help European auto manufacturers compete with the U.-S.


The Obama administration has warned that if U. S. automakers can’t find a way to export to Europe, then their own U. N. exports are not enough to keep up with the demand in the U S. A new report says the industry is on the verge of collapse.

The Auto Association, a trade group, said auto manufacturing will drop 1.8 million jobs this year, and the unemployment rate will rise to 6.4% by the end of 2018.

The association predicts auto manufacturing could lose another 1.6 million jobs by 2020.

Automakers have been in a steep decline for years.

There were 1.4 million auto sales in 2014.

Sales have been flat for the past two years, according to industry data.

For years, automakers were able to sell their products in the United States at a low price, but now, they are competing in China.

“There’s not enough U.A.M., which means they have to export,” said Steve Schaller, executive director of the National Automobile Dealers Association.

“The U, in particular, has become a dumping ground for U.C.S., and it has made it worse.”

In the US., U. C.S.-made products are being exported to China at a rate of more than 20% annually, according the report.

So far this year China has been the most important export destination for U-M, with $4.7 billion worth of U-A-M products exported, followed by Japan, Korea and Germany.


S-made cars are also being shipped to China, where they are being sold for $3.8 billion.