Why the UK’s auto market is falling apart

The auto market in the UK is collapsing and with it, the UK economy.

With a shrinking domestic market and an international competitor, Nissan is now the UK market leader.

The Nissan brand has now lost its dominant position in the global auto market.

The reason?

The company is no longer profitable.

Nissan is no more.

The UK auto industry has shrunk from a $2.5 trillion market in 2005 to $1.9 trillion in 2015.

This is because of the massive expansion of global automotive sales, which are now driven by global rivals.

This trend has also contributed to a weakening domestic market.

In the UK, sales of the Nissan C-Class and the Nissan Xterra are currently the only three cars in the country with a market share higher than 20% at present.

This means that Nissan has a market cap of just $20 billion, down from $34 billion in 2008.

It is difficult to estimate the long-term impact of this decline on the UK auto market as the car industry is still undergoing an economic recovery, and is expected to have an even bigger rebound in 2017.

The new car market is in the process of stabilising, and has even shown signs of growth, as more people start driving in the hope of a better quality of life.

The future of the UK car market was also heavily impacted by the Brexit vote in the United Kingdom.

The vote to leave the European Union in June 2016, and its aftermath, led to the UK automotive industry falling by 5%.

The UK’s share of the global automotive market dropped from a high of over 50% in 2010 to just under 16% today.

The decline in the car market in Britain was exacerbated by the rise of rival luxury brands.

The number of cars sold in the first quarter of 2019 was down by 4.4%, and the second quarter saw a 3.4% fall.

The second largest car market by sales volume in the world, the US, was also in decline.

The US is the second largest market for Nissan, and the US is now behind the UK in terms of car sales, with 1.2 million cars sold.

The current situation for the UK cars market is unlikely to change for years to come.

The next big market to emerge in the automotive sector is China.

Although the UK was the main driver of the auto market growth in the second half of the 20th century, the growth is now being driven by China.

China’s car market has grown from just over 20 million cars in 2009 to a staggering 80 million cars today.

In 2016, the Chinese market was worth around $1 trillion.

China is now expected to overtake the UK as the second biggest car market for at least five years to go.

The world’s third largest economy, the United States, is also expected to continue to grow in the coming years.

The car market, however, is set to remain a big driver of US growth, and will be the primary reason why the US economy continues to expand at a pace of nearly 6% per year.

However, the future of global car sales is unlikely for many years to follow.

The global car industry has been struggling for a long time, and this is only likely to continue.

The automotive industry is a key driver of growth in many countries, including the UK.

In this regard, the automotive industry has become a major source of foreign direct investment, and a major factor in the export of the world’s most valuable assets.

However the global car market remains very fragmented and the current global recession has left the UK and the UK-based car industry in a very difficult position.

However it is also important to remember that in the past, when the UK automobile industry was the strongest and most profitable in the whole of Europe, its export revenues were sufficient to fund a decent pension fund and pay for all sorts of infrastructure and social programmes.

However this is no good anymore.

In an economic downturn, the car-making industry could have suffered a major hit, and if that had happened, it could have contributed to the collapse of the car economy.

In 2017, Nissan was able to sell more cars in one month than it did in 10 years in 2008, and that has resulted in a loss of around $100 million in profits for the company.

This was due to the weakening of the market and the declining market share of its rival.

This loss is being absorbed by a significant loss of earnings from the UK Nissan car manufacturing plant in Sunderland, which has been mothballed.

As the car manufacturing industry is currently in a financial crisis, it is difficult for the global company to continue in its current form.

If the company is unable to sell cars, it will be unable to finance its pension fund, and it is likely to cease operations.

However even in a downturn, a good business strategy is not enough.

A healthy business should also have a plan to survive in the future, and to be able to make the most of the new opportunities presented