Whoa, they have the Native Americans helping them with this. Kinda sneaky using sovereign Native American land but what ever floats their boat I guess.Windy said:MB: Who are other partners?
DH: One of our partners down there is the Chickasaw Nation. People have not started to figure this out, but if we decide to put/build something on sovereign land the tax situation is quite different.
MB: That’s called almost negligible, isn’t it?
DH: (Laughs) Yeah, exactly. We are doing feasibility studies relative to the advantages of building on sovereign land. It could be that we could assemble a vehicle practically at the same price level as one could build one in China. And, this will come as a big surprise to the rest of the world.
good point, when i drive my 400bhp Nissan skyline GT_R i love every moment of it especially in the wet roads (we get a lot of rain in UK ) and have great respect for the Japanese people, they really know how to make a good machine. God bless em:thumb:mrgq said:why hate? appreciate my friend