Maybe Korea will be next to boycott Japanese
Japanese media and environmental authorities have accused China of being the source of increasing levels of soot in the air. PM2.5 in the air comes largely from diesel exhaust, causing asthma and other respiratory diseases (particulates 2.5 microns or smaller, which can lodge deep in the lungs and bloodstream, called PM 2.5). It is also linked to heart disease and, therefore, more than 6 million premature deaths every year, according to the World Health Organization. China shot back that the cause is Japan's switch from nuclear power to new dependence on burning coal and trash for energy.
Best thing for American jobs is let Korea, China and Japan pointing fingers at one another
GM China 2012 sales up 11%, but no hyping Headlines
In 2012, sales in China grew 4.3% to 19.3 million units, including a 7.1% gain in December to 1.8 million units. Despite being higher than the 2011-level of 2.5%, sales growth is lower than the 8% growth projected by China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (:CAAM) as well as the double-digit growth in 2009 and 2010.
he should of whipped out the copy that said the toytys that were killing people was top quality?but the brains, or lack of brains of the readers,they`d buy anything?do they tell you to buy recalls?
you must be a tree,you have arms ,a trunk and you sure are a sap?iffy even has bark
Data updated through 2009 from NHTSA's Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS), show that over 2,000 people have been killed in fire crashes in the U.S. in 1973-87 GM C/K pickups and cab-chassis trucks with the defective outside-the-frame-rail sidesaddle fuel tank design. Just since DOT's deadly deal with GM to drop its recall efforts in December 1994, over 350 people have died in C/K pickup fire crashes. The side saddle pickup design continues to claim more lives with 5 more crash fire deaths in 2009.