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

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No, I' rather trust Korean or Japanese. American and Chinese vehicles are rubbish

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raton Post time: 2013-11-4 08:19
And in the meantime the Chinese cars are selling like hot cakes in Australia. How many Holden’s a ...

Holden is American, not Australian

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Kbay Post time: 2013-11-2 18:27
The Europeans don't drive General Motor brands in Europe!

Without the grace of the Chinese lettin ...

I'd buy a Honk Kong License plate that would allow me to drive my German Car to China...
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I survived a lifetime of riding in and driving American cars, why would I be hesitant to buy a Chinese car?
My first new car was a 1974 Ford Pinto with Firestone 500 tires.
Both were subjects of class action lawsuits for being hazardous to the public.
Fortunately I was never hit from behind so I didn't have to worry about the exploding gas tank
and the tires came apart slowly instead of all at once so I never lost control.
If capitalism promotes innovation and creativity then why aren't scientists and artists the richest people in a capitalist nation?

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