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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.
exactly. If ford wants to break into china they are barking up the wrong tree completely.

Some Chinese company will be marketing the "HuoMa51" in about 16 months. Ford will sue. China will say "what? Theirs looks nothing like yours. Denied"

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