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Old 19th February 2010, 10:43   #1
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Just stumbled across this article. This might be good or bad in many sense. If the parts are procured from china then it might be a problem when safety is concerned IMO as we all know how china products are. I know this sentence is speculative but this are "my thoughts". Even the cost of the vehicles might increase due to import duties etc.

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They havent parted anything - government regulations tend to protect domestic industry. Its more of sabre rattling than anything else.
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