Made in China

People ride their bicycles past a parked, made in China Jeep Rubicon emblazoned with the American flag.


China, which has the largest automobile market in the world, continues to embrace classic American sport utility vehicles as a sign of power and prestige. While the Big Three automakers steadily recover in the United States, they’re doing a booming business in China.

But never mind the Jeep — check out that cargo trike.

Chinese bicycle past a parked, made-in-China Jeep Rubicon in downtown Beijing November 28, 2010. China, which has the largest automobile market in the world, continues to embrace classic American sport utility vehicles as a sign of power and prestige. While the Big Three automakers steadily recover in the United States, they're doing a booming business in China.   UPI/Stephen Shaver Photo via Newscom

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  • November 30, 2010 - 5:13 am | Permalink

    If isn’t officially manufactured in China, at least you can rest assured that the knockoffs are being made there. I’ve embarked on a new challenge, to avoid as much Made in China as I possibly can. It will be very, very hard to do, I’m sure.

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