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Sometimes when automakers open their doors and share ideas, we get great cars. Often times, we don't. Here are 10 of the worst offenders ever offered by two automakers.
Daiwa Capital Markets has cut Great Wall Motor (2333.HK) to sell from hold on concerns about pressure on the auto makers margins. The concerns about margins were stoked after its preliminary interim results showed net margin contracted to 3% in the second quarter from 8.4% in the first quarter due to price discounts. Daiwa is concerned that the company's attempts to maintain market share in SUVs means will continue to offer price discounts and that could lead to further margin erosion.
The car's emblem may be American, but that doesn't mean it's 'Made in America.' Here are 10 cars from American companies that are actually made overseas.