The fact that buyers will pay 20% to 30% more to buy a vehicles the same
size with the same equipment that cost less to build, simply because they
think it is 'worth more' says a lot about the reasoning ability of the
person doing the buying, than the car they are buying.
I don't understand what you mean by 'The American public thinks so?'
Americans buy more cars and trucks from GM than from Toyota or Honda. The
American public must think vehicles from GM are 'worth more' than they paid
Win some, lose some.
Contextual view: the Fortune Global 500 has 170 companies headquartered
in the US, and 70 headquartered in Japan.
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