|November 24, 2003|
If a Japanese car company assembles its products in the US are those Japanese
cars or American?
Japanese cars but American jobs, definitely better for the US than American cars made in Mexico.
It's Japanese American
They are Japanese American. Just like people, they deserve to be judged by their specific qualities, not by their national origin.
Depends on where the raw products were made, but I'd say Japanese.
It's a global car!
The cars are products of the global economy.
They are both.
At this point, seems pointless to think of production processes as possible outside a global market place. The car is of course global.
I would say it depends on where most of the parts are from. Just because you take completely foreign made parts and assemble them in America, doesn't make them American made. Nor does designing the product in America, but manufacturing it in a foreign country (as some claim). It should be where most of the labor to complete the total package happens.
really easy. they are japanese cars.