Aug 16 2005, 06:25 AM
Chinese vehicles are a real threat to North America automakers, says Chryslers incoming chief executive. "I still believe the biggest threats are from Asia, no question, and China being right up there," said Tom La-Sorda, the 51 year old Canadian due to take over as Chrysler's CEO in January, adding that his key concern is over Asia's offerings in five to 10 years.
"Bulldogg says = eat this, all of you asian(pro western) puppet leaders and U.S.A supporters. The sun will rise again in the Orient!!!
Aug 16 2005, 08:46 PM
Definitely, China is growing exceptionally fast in terms of country development,politic, technology, economy, social-culture than the world thought. As fast as China growing, the competitions is less likely for the world to compete with China, in particularly America, Japan and the European countries.No competition means that China is giving alot of treads to the world, especially America. As usual the Ameican imperialism wanted to maintain theirs superpower,however its in the years of struggling and time management difficulty.
If so called America and Japan imperialism going to stop China from fast-growing development, they have to acts now.
Aug 17 2005, 05:51 AM
if amnerican and japan wants to stop china growing thhen its their fault if they start a war they r the threatening ones