Driverless Cars May Cut U.S. Auto Sales 40%, Barclays Says

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U.S. auto sales may drop about 40 percent in the next 25 years because of shared driverless cars, forcing mass-market producers such as General Motors Co. and Ford Motor Co. to slash output, a Barclays Plc analyst said.

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