Despite high hopes of U.S. automakers to bring sales back up, experts predict that sales will continue to decline on average even into next year. Although gas prices dipped back down, consumer confidence is an issue. Experts also explain that employee pricing programs pulled ahead many sales to last summer. While the Big 3 are expected to post declines of up to 10 percent, Asian automakers are expected to lap up that market share. If the incentives just introduced (again) by the automakers don't move cars, we might be seeing cuts in production during the month of December.
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