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#1372195 Wed Aug 05 2020 05:24 PM
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By year 1950 to 2020. Apologies if this has been posted before

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Thanks Jim Bow, Way would anyone want anything made in China? Watching this graph is surprising. Do you think the increase in Japanese auto's includes companies like Toyota's assembly plant near Nashville? Or would those be counted as made in U.S.A.? Doc.


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Verrrrrrrry Interesting.


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Originally Posted by Doc.Hall
Thanks Jim Bow, Way would anyone want anything made in China? Watching this graph is surprising. Do you think the increase in Japanese auto's includes companies like Toyota's assembly plant near Nashville? Or would those be counted as made in U.S.A.? Doc.

How about Buicks made in China, is that counted as made in China?


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That is a fantastic way to represent trend data! Thanks for sharing. The rise of the Chinese middle class is very profound, it is no wonder that the smog is so thick in that country now. Belgian cars???


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