CARTER is a term that has become synonymous with the automotive industry in Australia.
The term has been applied to the car companies that make the vehicles we drive and the way in which the company operates.
A lot of people are saying this industry is going to collapse in 2017.
In 2016, the company declared bankruptcy and declared that the future of the industry was in doubt.
But as we know from the company’s past history, this isn’t a new phenomenon.
It’s also been applied by some commentators to the current financial crisis.
There is also a trend of the word being used by commentators to describe companies that are now insolvent.
When it comes to bankruptcies, there is also the concept of “bankruptcy by proxy”.
In that case, a company can file for bankruptcy in Australia if it wants to because it has already filed for bankruptcy elsewhere in the world.
So, for example, the US Federal Reserve has asked the US Congress to declare bankruptcy by proxy in order to facilitate the US government’s recovery from the effects of the financial crisis, the Federal Reserve’s website says.
Bankruptcy By Proxy is an extremely controversial concept.
I think it’s a term with a lot of problems.
If you look at the history of the automobile industry, in the past, you’ll find that when the auto industry has been in trouble, people have been very quick to suggest that this is a problem that will never end.
And it’s not true.
What you have is a company with a financial health issue that it needs to address in order for it to survive and prosper.
We have a huge amount of money that is being spent on cars in the US.
That’s a problem, it’s been in the news.
At the same time, the American car industry has seen huge economic growth over the last 15 years.
Even though there has been a downturn in the car market, the industry is still growing.
Its going to be a challenging year for the industry, especially if the US car market continues to fall.
Some people have argued that the industry needs to be reformed, or it needs some sort of regulation that is much tougher than the current one.
Many car manufacturers have said that it’s too difficult to operate without some kind of regulation.
Is there a way for the automotive sector to reform itself?
One thing that is definitely worth talking about is the way the automotive industries is currently structured.
People in the automotive world are not very good at thinking about the long-term and long-run.
Instead of looking at the short-term, they tend to look at short- and medium-term financial outcomes.
As we look at these long- and short-run financial results, the longer-term picture is pretty bleak.
To see this, you have to look to the past.
Because there is a lot more debt on the books than is currently being incurred, it means that the current business model is unsustainable, says Mark Williams, a senior analyst with the investment bank J.P. Morgan.
“The business model itself is unsustainable,” he says.
“The market itself is very unstable.
How are we going to manage this?”
It also means that a lot is riding on the success of the US auto market.
Although there is some uncertainty around the future for the auto sector in the United States, the stock market is expected to rise and the market is also expected to have higher prices.
This is a good thing for the company, as the company can sell its assets to pay off its debt, Williams says.
In Australia, the financial sector is also struggling.
Our debt levels are high, and our profitability is quite poor.
With the crash in the market, some people are worried about the future and the future has now arrived.
Car manufacturers are going to have to have a tough time to pay their bills.
You have to remember that if you’re going to start an automobile company, it has to operate in a world where there are two major car makers, one of which is bankrupt.
Not only do the two companies have to operate together, they also have to run together.
They can’t just start their own businesses.
Everyone wants to start their business in the next decade.
So, it makes it a lot easier for companies to operate than it might be if they were competing on the basis of just profitability.
Why is this happening?
Car companies need to have stable revenue streams.
Loss of a significant percentage of revenues can have a cascading effect on the business, as companies are less able to pay back their debts.
Also, when the business goes under, the consumer is going, “Well, how do I get my car back?”
We are seeing that in the Australian car industry right now.
Companies are struggling to pay bills and they are worried that