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Discussion in 'Mopar News and Rumors' started by Dave Z, Mar 7, 2017.
How many bags of milk is that in Canada?
Oh, and what's the alcohol content?
Y'all forgot to contemplate the Pyramid Inch as a fitting standard ... Sheesh!
And now......steering the thread back on course
This tasty little treat from "The Detroit News" has implications for both FCA and VAG.
French emissions probe clears Opel
Bagged milk is not a Canadian thing thank God.
It is in Eastern Ontario at least and Quebec
Tsk, tsk. You need to go to remedial Canadian school.
I stand by my "not a Canadian thing" statement
Maybe you're not the Canadian
Whoa! You're going to rile up Parti Quebecois with that!!
Good thing, too, since the French government is in the business of making cars.
French state will keep stake in PSA Group
You know how many times I got involved in heated discussions with PQ people and supporters?
Milk Bags only brings to mind pictures of women..........forget it.
Personally, I do not think GM wants anything right now because it would look silly to drop Opel and pick up Fiat. I believe GM when it says it wants to focus inward for a while to improve and then may return to Europe down the road.
VAG is too busy with its diesel problems and now its partnership with Tata. I think Tata can provide almost everything VAG needs just as well as what FCA could offer except a stronger foothold in NAFTA.
This is why I believe it is likely that someone who wants a foothold in NAFTA could pry Chrysler-Dodge-Ram away from FCA, leaving them with Jeep, Alfa, Lancia and Maserati.
You mean, like the Chinese...
That's what I'm thinking.
Irrespective what is said, money, not so much capacity or distribution ( important as those elements are ) is more a root-level need. Consolidation is there, too, but lesser so.
Of course, the Chinese are best funded and strongest right now. Their desires to enter the NAFTA market are larger than anyone else out there.
But, there are plenty of others who would like a slice of the NAFTA market. Even a long shot, like Toyota, would buy Chrysler-Dodge-Ram just to get their hands on Ram........the additional volume would help them remain as one of the Big 3 Worldwide.