A. It is closing down some factories in the US.
B. It no longer offers high-paying jobs.
C. The number of its employees is doubled after the restructuring.
D. It is manufacturing as many cars as before.
A. Over 87,000 of its employees is doubled after the restructuring.
B. Many people will have to say bye-bye to their high salaries.
C. The employees' laid-off has a great impact on the American business.
D. America can no longer take a lead in world economy.
A. They produced more cars than American manufacturers.
B. They reduced car-production in America.
C. They gave up more market share to the natives.
D. They took over plants and manufacturing capacity.
A. It is a serious threat to its competitors.
B. It is not powerful enough to affect the world market.
C. The cars' quality is good enough to have their own branding.
D. None of the Chinese cars meet the standard in the US.