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11 Sep 2004, 16:04
I would go with E.
Although the Alma is a foreign car, it is made in the US. It is a special case where the rule of buying a foreign car does not apply
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11 Sep 2004, 16:13
Paul wrote:
I would go with E.
Although the Alma is a foreign car, it is made in the US. It is a special case where the rule of buying a foreign car does not apply

I would go for C.

IMO, E is out-of-scope, since Harry never agrees that Alma Deluxe is an import car. He just agrees that Alma is a foreign company. Discussion is about the car and not the car company.
If Harry had agreed that Alma Deluxe is an import car and still gave some reason to defend his decision, then we can consider it as an exception.
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11 Sep 2004, 16:33
You are right hardworker, C must be it
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11 Sep 2004, 17:30
Nobody is correct till now. OA given is different.
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11 Sep 2004, 19:56
Yes OA is B. Isnt it a tough one, especially under exam conditions..
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17 Sep 2004, 21:26
Agreed.. was really tough. I had reasoned like hardworker indian and derived C.

Can you tell me what's the source of this question?
17 Sep 2004, 21:26
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