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Would you buy a car that's made in China?   [Copy link] 中文

Post time 2013-11-2 08:03:12 |Display all floors
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Post time 2013-11-2 08:07:06 |Display all floors
LaughsatYou Post time: 2013-11-2 08:03
There is nothing of the sort in most places.

A chinese corp bought Volvo a while back, instantly ...

Yes, but as NZ signed a FTA with China (Goddamit!), we're obliged to take some I guess. (unfortunately, that must also include Chinese people as well!) It'll go the same way as the old Lada vehicles from Russia. You could buy them with a few pounds of butter in the end because nobody would part with cash for them.

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Post time 2013-11-2 11:42:28 |Display all floors
At the beginning Chinese would be happy with any cars
Specification and quality did not matter.
In a few more years the Chinese manufacturers will move up the ladder.
I will buy a Chinese car if there was one suitable for me.
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Post time 2013-11-2 16:56:51 |Display all floors
Reform to what?
China is changing, the whole world is changing and going through some kind of reform.
The problems China has can be seen everywhere.China does not hold a monopoly on any of the ills in this world.
We all live in a 3rd rate world trying to make it 1st rate.
Who says we are not going to make it.
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Post time 2013-11-3 10:22:02 |Display all floors
You don't even own a car or have a license, so what would you know about it.
I'm just here for the money

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Post time 2013-11-4 00:23:36 |Display all floors
We own 3 Yema (brand from Sichuan)cars in our factories. The oldest one is almost2 years and it has hardly given any serious problem (a broken handbrake cable was the worst if I recall well!). The first one we bought under 60K, the rest just shy of 80K.  

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