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I remain dumbfounded why the Chinese car manufacturing industry has not taken any legal action against Renault.

If Renault's accusations were against any American or European manufacturers, there would have been a massive fallout.

Chinese car manufacturers are too fragmented and most of them are too busy trying to survive to defend their reputation.

Make no mistake. The spying charges have damaged the image of Chinese cars overseas. In Australia, when the accusations were first made, the press gave prominent coverage to Renault. The subsequent admission that it was all false received a few lines so that most people I've spoken with still believe the spying did occur.

If the Chinese believe that forgiveness is a sign of greatness, Americans and Europeans see it as a sign of weakness and complacency.

The chinese government or something similar to a "Chinese Car Manufacturer's Association" still has time and should put an injuction against the sale of all Renault and Nissan cars in China and commision an investigation into the accusations.

Renault and Nissan must be stopped from selling anything, even spare parts, until the investigation report is finalised, compenastion paid to the Chinese car industry and the resignation of carlos ghosn and his board.

The chance to bury Renault and destroy Nissan's distributuion in china is at hand.

This will create much needed space.

More importantly it'll show that the American-blessed, French (and Australian) media campaign to boycott China doesn't come without consequences.
 

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I remain dumbfounded why the Chinese car manufacturing industry has not taken any legal action against Renault.

If Renault's accusations were against any American or European manufacturers, there would have been a massive fallout.

Chinese car manufacturers are too fragmented and most of them are too busy trying to survive to defend their reputation.

Make no mistake. The spying charges have damaged the image of Chinese cars overseas. In Australia, when the accusations were first made, the press gave prominent coverage to Renault. The subsequent admission that it was all false received a few lines so that most people I've spoken with still believe the spying did occur.

If the Chinese believe that forgiveness is a sign of greatness, Americans and Europeans see it as a sign of weakness and complacency.

The chinese government or something similar to a "Chinese Car Manufacturer's Association" still has time and should put an injuction against the sale of all Renault and Nissan cars in China and commision an investigation into the accusations.

Renault and Nissan must be stopped from selling anything, even spare parts, until the investigation report is finalised, compenastion paid to the Chinese car industry and the resignation of carlos ghosn and his board.

The chance to bury Renault and destroy Nissan's distributuion in china is at hand.

This will create much needed space.

More importantly it'll show that the American-blessed, French (and Australian) media campaign to boycott China doesn't come without consequences.
Let the mouse (France) roar and watch the tiger (China) overtaking the world in car productions. China and many Chinese business have been accused of spying, fact are, there are more spy’s in China than Chinese spy’s overseas. China has the money and means to buy any car company it wants and to busy making cars to worry with the usual French and western moaning’s.
 
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