Sorry all, Lampredi included. I have a tendency to get a little excited during a good argument. No offence intended to anyone or any particular culture, I was merely trying to point out that every country has its own way of doing things, and that if you want to be in the game you're going to have to play by the current rules of whoever controls the board, unless you are able to to effect some kind of meaningful change within the set parameters. Currently China has certain standards by which others must play, and I believe that FCA must somehow find a way to be part of that market, or risk becoming a very minor player globally. Enough said.