General Motors caused some buzz last week when one of its executives said that the company might someday import cars made in China to the United States. Is that likely to happen any time soon? And would U.S. consumers ever accept such a thing. In this video, Motley Fool contributor John Rosevear takes a closer look at whether such a thing could happen -- and what it might look like for GM if and when it does.
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