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|25th April 2014, 06:35||#31|
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Re: Chinese cars.
China's most expensive car finds its first buyer.
The Hongqi saloon sold for $ 800000 to that discerning soul.
It looks pretty strange to say the least.
|25th April 2014, 07:10||#32|
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Can't comment on the price bit, but I like the car, it is a combination of futuristic, retro, statesman yet minimalistic, though a little less chrome could had been better
China is gaining a lot on exposure, nd with the money coming in, their global exposure, eduction everything will go up
We the developing countries (India, China) will keep on moving ahead in the value chain in the days to come and the gap will keep getting lesser and lesser
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