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post #7 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2013
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Originally Posted by 2013MustangMatt View Post
That makes sense, but giving that the tax rate for imported cars into China is so high, I don't see this car succeeding there with it's sticker price. When I was in China most of the cars were fake knock-offs actually, and other Asian countries I visited relied more on motor bikes and public transport. But they must know something we don't. I just hope this wasn't a desperate move to get the Mustang off of life support.

Maybe Ford is just getting cocky and taking risks since they're doing so well at the moment.
No I totally agree. The China bit I read on CNN Money or WSJ or something. They are looking into China because it is a HUGE market and mainly dominated by knockoffs. Like they just built an F-150 look alike. Honeslty it's nearly identical.

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