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    #11
    haha

    eto na naman tayo

    usapan PH car manufacturing

    wag na kasi umasa

    di tayo magiging thailand

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    haha

    eto na naman tayo

    usapan PH car manufacturing

    wag na kasi umasa

    di tayo magiging thailand
    Totally agree!
    Wag na magcompete sa car manufacturing vs Thailand.
    Unstable government policies, red tape, mahal electricity, corrupt officials sa LGU and national agencies.
    Other manufacturing areas na lang especially to those companies umalis ng China. Ay, nagpuntahan na pala sa Vietnam Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) Program palpak talaga


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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    is 200,000 units the number of units manufactured,
    or is it the number of units sold?
    as per the Philstar article shared earlier...

    Manufactured

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    Quote Originally Posted by Papajamba View Post
    Totally agree!
    Wag na magcompete sa car manufacturing vs Thailand.
    Unstable government policies, red tape, mahal electricity, corrupt officials sa LGU and national agencies.
    Other manufacturing areas na lang especially to those companies umalis ng China. Ay, nagpuntahan na pala sa Vietnam Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) Program palpak talaga


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    this is so 10 years ago

    the ultimate PH car manufacturing advocate jpdm and everyone who posts "i agree" and sa mga posts niya

    well?

    what's the state of PH car manufacturing in 2021?

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Papajamba View Post
    Totally agree!
    Wag na magcompete sa car manufacturing vs Thailand.
    Unstable government policies, red tape, mahal electricity, corrupt officials sa LGU and national agencies.
    Other manufacturing areas na lang especially to those companies umalis ng China. Ay, nagpuntahan na pala sa Vietnam Comprehensive Automotive Resurgence Strategy (CARS) Program palpak talaga


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    Sobrang fickle kasi ng voters natin every 6 years palit ng party plus daming kontrahan so long term projects hardly gain any traction unless there's a powerful private proponent.
    If not for RSA/SMC and left only to the politicians I bet Skyway3 would still be in limbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Kamiya View Post
    Sobrang fickle kasi ng voters natin every 6 years palit ng party plus daming kontrahan so long term projects hardly gain any traction unless there's a powerful private proponent.
    agree ako syo.

    palaging opposition nananalo... kaya natitigil existing projects.

    Although making cars locally is just not practical for manufacturers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice15 View Post
    i can imagine them asking,
    "what's in it for us?"
    heh heh.

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