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Can someone explain this one!

9. Advertisement: Clark brand-name parts are made for cars manufactured in this country. They satisfy all of our government automotive test—the toughest such tests in the world. With foreign-made parts, you never know which might be reliable and which are cheap look-alikes that are poorly constructed and liable to cost you hundreds of dollars in repairs. Therefore, be smart and insist on brand-name parts by Clark for your car.
The argument requires the assumption that
(A) Clark parts are available only in this country
(B) foreign-made parts are not suitable for cars manufactured in this country
(C) no foreign-made parts satisfy our government standards
(D) parts that satisfy our government standards are not as poorly constructed as cheap foreign-made parts
(E) if parts are made for cars manufactured in our country, they are not poorly constructed
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2006, 02:24
I got D.
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2006, 02:54
kripalkavi wrote:
I got D.


Pl. give explanation for your answer
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 [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2006, 03:04
I got D too..................and that is the rite answer...............................but on wat basis are we rejecting the other answers.............all the options are confusing..................
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