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    porters five forces

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    4. Barriers to Entry When a business is profitable, it attracts potential entrants that desire to gain market share. In addition, it can negatively affect the existing firms' profitability. The probability that new companies will enter an industry depends on the extent to which barriers to entry have been build. In other words, existing firms in the industry set up multiple constraints to limit the number of potential entrants. Within the auto industry, the threat of new entrants is low, because

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    Maruti on price and sheer value for money. This forced most of the new entrants into the mid sized luxury segment. With cars costing from five lakh to eight lakh, only few people can afford these cars. Daewoo, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Ford, Peugeot, GM Opel, Mercedes Benz, Honda are all saddled with excess capacities. Manufacturers are rethinking their strategies and rationalizing capacities to cope with the situation. Many are still optimistic about mid - sized segment and expect it to have the maximum

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    Opel Fire Case Study

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    6. The Opel was noted to have sustained fire damage that was confined to its frontal portion. The entire engine compartment of the Nissan was observed to be badly burnt. 7. Its front bumper, front grille, front support panel, front left headlamp, front wiper panel garnish, front bonnet, front left fender, front air-con condenser and radiator were amongst the body parts that were affected by the fire. See photo 1 - 5 below. Photo 1 shows the general view of the Opel at the time of our inspection

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    you will find a long, rich heritage. General Motors came into existence in 1908 when it was founded by William "Billy" Durant. At that time Buick Motor Company was a member of GM. over the years GM would acquire more than 20 companies, to include Opel, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Pontiac, and Oldsmobile. By the 1960's through 1979 was known as a revolution period for General Motors. Everyone was focusing on environmental concerns, increased prices of gasoline lead to the unprecedented downsizing of vehicles

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    GENERAL MOTORS AUTOMOBILE MARKET IN CHINA

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    countries is China. In fact it is believed that when the General Motors was in its lowest point, China was one of the countries that helped build General Motors back up. In China there are four brands that are selling; Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, and Opel. Opel is a brand that is only made in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Knowing that outside of the US, China has the highest number of car sales, what makes them the highest? Also how are they marketing their cars and what strategies are they incorporating into

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    Are cars going to still exist in Europe’s future? The article “No Traction: Europe’s Car Makers Spin their Wheels” written by Vanessa Fuhrmans states that there is a decline in people buying cars. Companies such as Ford Motors, General Motors, and Fiat SpA are showing that they have lost billions of Euros during this year. The loss of money is causing these car making companies to close down the doors on many of their plants. Companies closing its plants down has left many people without a job

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    The Used Car Industry

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    The Used Car Industry In the past 30 years, the United States auto industry has gone through many changes. In order to stay competitive with a foreign market, constantly threatening to eat away at profits, the American auto industry has had to respond by being flexible and adapt itself to this new situation. Although, in the past, they were slow to get the message sent out by the consumers, the domestic auto industry now seems to be more than willing to analyze, and answer, the demands of a smarter

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    The Global Automotive Industry

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    Industry Structure Over the past 140 years, the top producing manufacturers have operated throughout the global competitive marketplace. The acceleration that has occurred since the early 1990’s due to the construction from overseas sites and the future establishment of merging multi-national automakers in history development. However, the global markets of automobiles have been broken into three major factors such as: (1) global market dynamics; (2) establishment of global alliances and (3)

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    General Motors Corporation is an internationally recognized, global enterprise based in the United States. The company was founded in 1908. It has some of the most recognized names in the world. GM is a formal business where everything is controlled by a set of rules that needs to be followed, which means that they have specific goal they want to reach in every aspect of the company. You are not allowed to have any creative thinking since the rules have to be followed. General Motors’ overall structure

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    BUS 1101 WRITTEN ASSIGN UNIT 5. ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES FACING THE AMERICA AUTO INDUSTRY American automobile industry has striven through the years with excellence and great dominance both in America and in the global market. The history of it global dominance could be attributed to many factors which include global acceptance of American cars and brand superiority. However, American automobile industry has not strived without major challenges that include: political, global competition, technological

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