Germany Snubs Its Own?

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It is interesting to see how nations interact with their products. Many Americans try to shop American – trying to keep income on American soil. But according to an article with USAToday.com, this isn’t the case in every country.

The article explores the phenomenon of German cars not selling in Germany. Many German car factories are not shutting down for the holidays – using the break between Christmas and New Year’s as a time to meet the high demand of their vehicles. Where are the BMWs, Audis, Porsches, and Mercedes going then? To China, to Brazil and to America. But in Germany? According to the article, “German luxury is still just that, a luxury. Sales slipped 25.2% in the first 11 months of the year.”

The article also says that, “Nine of the 10 top selling luxury nameplates in China are German.” Well, if they’re not selling Germany, at least they’re selling elsewhere.

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