Why are you worrying about what the worker get. The workers in foreign
plants and in the US plants that assemble foreign cars get less but the
foreign cars cost more, not less. You should ask you local Toyota dealer
why they do not pass along some of the money they save on labor and the
cheaper imported parts saving on to their customers.
(Brent P) wrote:
As many or more "imported" parts on American brands as on Japs. Just
had to change the ignition coil on my daughter's Neon. The ORIGINAL
coil, which I removed, said "made in China". If it wasn't original it
was dealer replacement, because until my daughter bought it from my
sister it was always dealer serviced .
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