A number of toy-related news sites in the US and elsewhere in the world have reported on the fact that some of the world’s most popular products have gone the way of the dinosaurs.
The latest of these are the LEGO sets, which are now being phased out of the market.
This is the latest trend in the toy-store world, with new generations of toys appearing on the market that have a limited lifespan, or are just getting more expensive.
Lego’s popularity is no doubt a key factor behind this, but there are other factors too.
As the US economy slows down, it’s increasingly difficult to make money from the new generation of toys.
The big retailers, meanwhile, are struggling to make ends meet.
So it seems that they’re finding it increasingly difficult for their customers to buy new toys.
Lego has long been a major player in the global toy-selling industry, and it was in this market that it introduced the world to some of its most popular sets.
The first of these, the Millennium Falcon, is still one of the most popular and beloved of the series, with almost four million sold worldwide.
But in the past few years, it has also seen its share of popularity plummet.
Lego also owns a number of other popular toy brands, such as Play-Doh and M&Ms. While the company has recently announced plans to reduce the number of sets it makes from around 50 to 40 per year, these are not likely to be the last of its products.
Lego is also in the midst of restructuring, which will see it reorganise its core business, the Lego Group, into a number.
This would allow it to focus on other areas of its business.
The move could mean that Lego will no longer be able to keep up with the changing demands of the industry.
While it may not be possible to keep making more sets, it will be difficult for them to be sold off as they are becoming increasingly expensive.
However, this does not mean that the company will lose its position in the market, as there are several other companies who are looking to do so.
One of these is LEGO, which is also considering selling its remaining stock.
This could lead to the end of the Lego brand.
However this has yet to be confirmed, and LEGO could still go on to have other interests in the business, such in the Lego-branded clothing and other toys.
So while the company may be struggling to keep its brand alive, there are others who are hoping to take its place.
Lego was founded in 1889, and its current owners are still using it to make toy bricks.
They were bought out by Mattel in 2008, but they are now part of the Mattel family, and continue to produce their own products.
This will leave Lego with only about 20,000 employees, so it’s unlikely that they’ll be able continue to make toys for a long time.
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