“The Chinese government is pushing electrics with a subsidy that amounts to about $19,000 per car — but only if the car is made in China. No imports allowed,” writes Chris Woodyard of USA Today. “There also are tariffs on cars imported to China, which lawmakers argue are unfair and may violate world trade rules.”
GM is trying to get help from our Government, but is finding little. Apparently MFN status given to them years ago, means they can apply a 25% tariff on American made vehicles, and we can, if in dispute, apply a .025% tarrif.
I'm nicknaming free traders, free traitors from now on.
CHEVY VOLT, American-made, American-FUELED, although for how long.