Auto sales are booming.
They’re a huge part of the economy and one of the most popular ways to get your business in the hands of customers.
Auto sales in Canada are expected to surpass the $4.5-billion mark in 2020, up from $3.3-billion last year.
But that’s not all they’re up to.
Auto sales in Nova Scotia are forecast to grow at a much slower rate than the rest of Canada.
The province is projected to see the highest rate of growth in its auto market for the third consecutive year.
It has a population of just under 20,000 and it’s a manufacturing hub for the country, meaning the province’s auto industry is a big driver of jobs.
But the province is also a place where there are so many barriers that keep businesses from moving forward.
That’s the story of the Globe and Mail’s coverage of the auto industry.
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