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What about the paint chiping?
Does the white and yellow paint chips just like the OG one?
Where can I find one?
??????.... I'll definitely buy a ko version... Because I HAVE THE REAL MP_44 already. The paint job on the official is unbelievable!! NOT for cheap FANS!!
I got mine today but it had no instructions or batteries, can someone tell me which ones they use?
Another nice review bro. I definitely like the paint job on the official better. Great seeing them side by side. On a side note, what in the haberdashery is going on in the front seat of roller? Carly and Spike are over there gettin busy live on camera. Good thing this aint a kid's channel. Tell them to get a room. Jeeeeez..
Wanxiang America is the
Wanxiang America is the U.S. subsidiary of Wanxiang in China. So should it be considered a Chinese or American company? Hear from the company's president, Pin Ni.
I wow why 60 minute chose not to air this segment since they have very anti chinese for the last decade.
Big multinationals all over the world sent their profits back to their HQ as a given; practice 'clever accounting' to minimize paying taxes where loop holes exist. What's the motive of the interviewer asking if Wanxing send profit back to China?
Looks like Wanxiang is keeping jobs in America. Is Budweiser no longer an American beer since a South African company bought it?