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I totally missed your point about cars. ALL CARS are inherently dangerous, as major machinery are. If there is no defect in either designs or manufacture, they should be a lot safer. So it is more than rational to suggest banning foreign autos, as there are indeed Chinese deaths related to imported autos. (vs. NOBODY died from eating Chinese exported foods).
You totally missed my point about the cars.
Hmm, this was the only point I mentioned, which means you totally missed all of my remark and still answered it. An interesting way of conversation...miss whole word/meaning of others and then give a reply.
I did not miss your point on cars. So I will repeat your words in case you missed your point as well
>>>In comparison, Chinese routinely die from auto related deaths, and most of that point to defects in either design or manufacturing. Why isn't China even more justified in banning all Japanese and U.S. made autos and auto parts? <<<
Banning all foreign cars in China would leave China with only domestic cars. As you point out that the problem is death of people in car related accidents, such step would not decrease but, contrary , increase the problem of deaths.
Because the cars of domestic design are worse and more dangerous. Hence your proposal (ban foreign cars) completely miss the target (decrease the death in accidents).
That's why your "good ideas" for China would bring her and her citizens into bigger problems instead of solving anything.
Can you now try not to miss the point again?
You see, when writing in a hurry and catching ideas from the ceiling through the mist ,you pick up something of which you have completely no clue , as you do not live in China. It is much safer to write about things you know, like the situation in your country of stay.