Why do some foreign manufacturers, like Nissan, Toyota, and Honda, still choose to build large numbers of their cars in Britain, for sale in both the UK market and for export, often to Europe? How does that fit in with UK owned manufacturers increasingly tending to ship manufacturing out to Europe, and even to Asia? China already makes four times as many cars as Germany, and South Korea now makes twice as many cars as the UK. Are China and South Korea set to become car makers to the world? Does it really matter to UK buyers where their car is made? Let me know your thoughts about the world of car manufacturing!
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