Am Mittwoch, 26. Dezember 2001 06:54 schrieb J. R. Molloy:
> > the reason cars built by US firms have never gained any market
> > share in Japan is that the Japanese, for 'quality' reasons, [...]
> That's a good example.
I don't think so. AFAIK, there are no such restrictions for Europe, but you
won't see many american cars here in Europe. Too large, too thirsty
($0.90/litre gasoline!) and also too expensive (see the thread about
purchase power). American cars are also said to be low quality (rumors from
friends who bought one). On the other hand, japanese cars sell well in
Europe, even in Germany. It seems that there's no simple reason.
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