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This time a couple of years ago, that we would end up here?

Great news about OHHHHHHHHH-Klahoma. I raised my Tsing-Tao to Howard Keel last night, I don't mind telling you!
 

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what was hard to imagine? that Nanjing would have bought MG ?
or MG coming to the US?
or that you are on a chinese car forum?:confused:
 

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All of the above!!!
 

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Seamaster said:
This time a couple of years ago, that we would end up here?

Great news about OHHHHHHHHH-Klahoma. I raised my Tsing-Tao to Howard Keel last night, I don't mind telling you!
Welcome on board Seamaster :)

How true, "This time a couple of years ago" the future for both Nanjing and MG looked very different and I guess the Chickasaw Nation didn't forsee this either!

 

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Greetings, my first post on here, I recognise a few names here.
I travel a fair bit in the Far East and Australia, but have only been to China once about 9yrs ago and so much will have moved on from the VW Passats I recall seeing.
As Seamaster says, Who'd have thought it? Although I suppose Brilliance were in discussion first, then Proton, Tata et al and with the move to India/China in manufacturing it was an obvious conclusion.
Great forum!
 

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deja vu....will we be making this same thread in 5 years after Chinese Car Manufacturers enter the US and UK markets..

and will we be making this same thread in 10 years after Chinese Car Manufacturers are somewhat successfull in the US and UK markets and gaining ppls respect;)
 

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Looks like they mean business if today's press conference is anything to go by. If we learned anything from the SAIC and PVH débâcle, it's that the Chinese don't say anything until they've got something to say. Well, jolly good luck to them is what I say.

It was a Chinese curse, "may your times be interesting". I just hope Nanjing don't suffer the curse that seems to have afflicted every other company that's had a go at doing something different with that tired old octagon. They've certainly got the right attitude, that's for sure.
 
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