1. Many Americans who purchase Honda Accords claim that the care is more reliable than an American-built car. Which of the following exposes the irony in this belief?
a.) Hondas are built in Japan with money from the U.S. and Canadian governments.
b.) Most Honda Accords are built in North American with parts manufactured in United States
c.) Japanese automobile manufacturers contribute more to American universities than U.S. automobile manufacturers
d.) Workers at Japanese automobile plants have arranged baseball tournaments similar to those of the American Baseball League.
e.) all of the above.
2. Historically, the United States had three major auto manufacturers --- General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. Today, however, there are only two U.S. owned major auto manufacturers. What has happened to the third one?
a.) General Moors ceased manufacturing the Oldsmobile.
b.) The ford family moved to Brazil and sold their shares in Ford Motor Company.
c.) Chrysler Corporation was bought by a German company.
d.) General Motors combined with Chrysler to create an auto conglomerate
e.) Lexus replaced Cadillac as the key luxury car.