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Exercice 2 
Vrai ou Faux ?

1. In addition to car manufacturers, the Chinese car boom has affected other businesses as well.

True : « The obvious winners are auto makers (…) But the new mobility also means more consumers are staying at hotels, buying goods at suburban stores and listening to the radio while driving in their cars. »

2. A protectionist policy prevents foreign companies from penetrating the Chinese market.

False : « Business modela that revved up in the U.S a half-century ago to profit from newly motorized consumers now are finding their way to China. »

3. The consequences of the new car culture in China are largely negative on account of the increase of pollution and road congestion.

True : « The growth in the car use has its costs, of course, such as polluted skies and road congestion. But it has brought gains to companies capitalizing on China’s new car culture. »

4. The Chinese car boom has helped some foreign companies rebound from the slump.

True : « The obvious winners are auto makers like General Motor Co. and Ford Motor Co., which rebounded from last year’s lackluster U.S market in part by turning their focus to China, now the largest market in the world. »

5. The Chinese government has privileged the development of highways to increase wealth in urban areas leading to greater inequality between big cities and other areas.

True : « In an effort to spread wealth beyond China’s big cities, China’s central government has promoted the construction of more than 30,000 miles of express highways in the past decade. »

6. The car culture is changing the way of life of Chinese car owners.

True : « As middle class Chinese move out of cities, they are changing the economics of the retail sector. Consumers who once made several trips to a store each week because of limited space on their bicycles are shopping less frequently but putting more goods in the shopping cart thanks to roads and cars. »

7.Currently consumers are unable to buy goods in large quantities.

True : « Now that they have a way to take bigger quantities home, consumers are looking for financial incentives to buy in quantity »

8. Petrol stations in China are forbidden to sell products other than fuel and car-related items.

False : « Sinopec, as the company is know, has built nonfuel sections in 15% ot its 95,000 gas stations in the past two years, selling goods such as Great Wall wine and Kaimi brand fruit-washing cleanser. »

9.Commercial radios and advertisers are thriving as car owners listen to the radio while driving.

True : « Commercial radio is booming, too, now that marketers have discovered that their target audience - the middle classes - are tuning in on the road. »

10. The article gives a positive image of the rise of the car industry in China.

True : « Interstate Highway System, which economists generally credit with lowering costs, increasing manufacturing employment


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