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Fascinating graph

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Beautiful presentation of car building countries from 1950 onwards: https://youtu.be/kZCeuTzc850
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That is amazing!
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What about China!!! WOW
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Fascinating to watch. What’s really amazing are the total for the top ten. I didn’t get my calculator out but I think it was about 10 million for 1950 then up to about 70 million at the end and that’s just the top 10 countries. That’s a lot of cars each year.....
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Very Sad..Like to see the same graph for Motor bikes too
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Funny you posted this as I was watching at the beginning of the week,, China just came up from nowhere and how the UK has changed so much..one or two surprising countries popped up as well

It's a good watch
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It would also be interesting to have the same graph based on the nationality of the make of the cars. E.g. a lot of Japanese, German, Korean cars are made in the USA, China, Indonesia, Brazil, Mexico, Poland, India, UK etc.
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