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    which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which foreign

    Hello

    Could you tell me which one of the following sentences is OK?

    With the so called car market looters,
    1- which foreign car maker introduction to the market can be in line with the objectives of the country?
    2- introduction of which foreign car maker to the market can be in line with the objectives of the country?

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    Neither is natural and I don't know what you're trying to say. Can you try to explain it in a simpler way?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    The above two questions refer to the following:

    When some foreign brand new cars are supposed to be introduced into the market of the country, while the country has decided to be independent from foreign cars, could this be in accordance with the country's car market policies which have focused on domestic car producers.

    I hope that you will find it clear.
    Last edited by majid72; 10-Nov-2016 at 08:13.

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    "Which foreign car imports are legal/permitted?"

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    What if we say" "which foreign car imports are legal/permitted and in accordance with the objectives of the country whose car market is supposed to be supplied by domestic cars"?
    Last edited by majid72; 12-Nov-2016 at 12:44.

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    I find "the objectives of the country" very unnatural. I don't even know what it's supposed to mean.
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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    Quote Originally Posted by majid72 View Post
    What if we say" "which foreign car imports are legal/permitted and in accordance with the objectives of the country whose car market is supposed to be supplied by domestic cars"?
    It depends on who you are asking. Assuming that it's someone who you expect to get the correct answer from, it would seem unnecessary to add, "and in accordance with the objectives of the country whose car market is supposed to be supplied by domestic cars".

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    objectives mean goals.

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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    Quote Originally Posted by majid72 View Post
    "Objectives" means "goals".
    I'm aware of the definition of the word "objectives". However, that doesn't explain what you mean by "the objectives of the country". Countries don't have objectives. People have objectives. A government can have objectives. The people in charge of the car industry could have objectives.

    Are you trying to say that the government of this unnamed country has tried to dictate that everyone in the country must drive a car which was made in that country, and that they are discouraging the importation of foreign cars?
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    Re: which foreign car maker introduction to the market VS introduction of which forei

    Yes. Exactly. Your clarification was great. I didn't have any idea that the objectives of the country is incorrect.

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