|Also called||Ford Contour (North America) Mercury Mystique (North America) Ford Fusion (Americas)|
|Assembly||Belgium: Genk (1992–2013) Russia: Vsevolozhsk (2009–present) Spain: Ford Valencia (2014–present)|
Dec 18, 2020 -- 3:36PM, scandanavian_haven wrote:
isn't a 10 year old car a bit like someone today buying a computer with Windows 98
I think the median age of cars on UK roads is 7 years. So I’d expect about 25% must be 10 years+
Dec 19, 2020 -- 11:38AM, akabula wrote:
Porkie anti Russia but pro Germany who should never be trusted.
The USA trusts Germany as probably their most important international military base.
Dec 20, 2020 -- 5:30AM, Foinavon wrote:
After the USSR collapsed I think that Russia was promised that NATO would not advance into former Russian territory and we welshed on that agreement.I believe you are right CoT. Russia became even more alarmed when the EU started interfering with Ukraine as that country has traditionally been a Russian fiefdom for centuries. They could not risk the loss of their Black sea naval bases and reacted by taking pre-emptive action. We blame Russia but I think the blame is misplaced.
If a country wishes to exercise its sovereign right of choosing strenghtened economic partnership with the EU, and they get invaded for it, then of course the invading country is very much to blame.
Should the EU invade the UK if we think you choose US economic relations over EU economic relations?
Dec 21, 2020 -- 9:06AM, Foinavon wrote:
This will give you a flavour of what goes on.https://www.businessinsider.com/china-uighur-prison-camp-suspected-locations-maps-2019-11?r=US&IR=T
More reason to send dinghys to the country that has sold almost everything to the Chinese, including parts of its energy infrastructure, and which is led by a man whose family is notorious for loving themselves some China.