Death of a car salesman

Death of a car salesman
August 27, 2015 Economist.com

The Economist means that the onset of the internet revolution was supposed to do away with all sorts of middlemen. Yet, house sales are still mostly conducted by estate agents, and car sales are still finalised in cavernous showrooms that smell of tyres. The truth is that no one much likes car dealers – especially in this day and age – people would prefer taking care of all sales deals without having to deal with a middleman. But changing the entire system will not happen overnight and will be a difficult transition…

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