China's Auto Sales Show Slow Growth

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morons disoriented

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Jul 11, 2012
Those who could afford the very expensive toy already have it those who dont have it yet could never afford it forever. The market is already saturated and almost shut.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#2 Jul 11, 2012
morons disoriented wrote:
Those who could afford the very expensive toy already have it those who dont have it yet could never afford it forever. The market is already saturated and almost shut.
There are 100 million automobiles in China. When China's automobiles reach 200 million, the same level as U.S. today, then China's auto market is saturated.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#3 Jul 11, 2012
And that's 10 years from now.
CCP makes China WEAK

Canada

#4 Jul 11, 2012
morons disoriented wrote:
Those who could afford the very expensive toy already have it those who dont have it yet could never afford it forever. The market is already saturated and almost shut.
Exactly. The CCP Cadres all have enough cars, and so do their mistresses (all paid for by stolen public funds, of course) so the market is pretty much saturated.
TheCCPisDYING

Canada

#5 Jul 11, 2012
Yep. The CCP Cadres all have cars, as do all of their mistresses (all paid for with stolen public funds, of course) so the "market" is pretty much saturated.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#6 Jul 11, 2012
TheCCPisDYING wrote:
Yep. The CCP Cadres all have cars, as do all of their mistresses (all paid for with stolen public funds, of course) so the "market" is pretty much saturated.
China has 300 million middle class. 100 million automobiles is about right.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#7 Jul 11, 2012
TheCCPisDYING wrote:
Yep. The CCP Cadres all have cars, as do all of their mistresses (all paid for with stolen public funds, of course) so the "market" is pretty much saturated.
Miro-turd: You must be a nut job if you think all 300 million Chinese middle class are CCP members.
TheCCPareSTUPID

Canada

#8 Jul 11, 2012
The "middle class" in China don't buy many cars,they use motorbikes mostly; visit China (outside the CCP gated compound you obviously never leave) and look down the block, CCP simpleton; the CCP Cadres and their mistresses ALL have free cars paid for with stolen public funds.
GAY BOB

Seagoville, TX

#9 Jul 11, 2012
TheCCPareSTUPID wrote:
The "middle class" in China don't buy many cars,they use motorbikes mostly; visit China (outside the CCP gated compound you obviously never leave) and look down the block, CCP simpleton; the CCP Cadres and their mistresses ALL have free cars paid for with stolen public funds.
Mistresses and free cars, damn life is GOOD!!
RayH

Shenzhen, China

#10 Jul 11, 2012
TheCCPareSTUPID wrote:
The "middle class" in China don't buy many cars,they use motorbikes mostly; visit China (outside the CCP gated compound you obviously never leave) and look down the block, CCP simpleton; the CCP Cadres and their mistresses ALL have free cars paid for with stolen public funds.
And all those stolen funds support 100 million automobiles in China, the world's largest new car market?
morons disoriented

Saint Paul, MN

#11 Jul 11, 2012
RayH wrote:
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There are 100 million automobiles in China. When China's automobiles reach 200 million, the same level as U.S. today, then China's auto market is saturated.
They don't have enough roads highways to carry that kind of traffic. Even parking are expensive and so narrow. And the pollution is out of this world. And the concubines already have cars.

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