Blog: Dave LeggettThe rush west

Dave Leggett | 10 March 2008

I see there's a bit of a stampede on to make cars in North America. With the dollar where it is and no prospect of a major recovery in sight, Europeans are rapidly concluding that the best way to hedge against dollar-euro exchange rate losses is to build more in the US. There's even talk of Alfas for the US market possibly being made in Mexico - most likely the upcoming midsize 149 which replaces the 147 I reckon.

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