Five “American” Products That Aren’t as American as You Think

#5.)  The Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra.  They’re both made by General Motors, and some of them ARE made . . . or assembled . . . in the U.S.  But almost as many are made in Mexico. even took them both off its list of the top ten American-made vehicles.  At least 75% of the work has to be done here in order to qualify for the list.  And for Silverados and Sierras, the number is now around 60%.

  • Barry Marks

    What makes you think that Puerto Rico is not American.

    • Maria Knight

      Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States. As I understand it, the article was talking about things made in the United States, as in “the states.” – Tom and Maria

      • Barry Marks

        They are still American citizens and can hardly be considered a foreigh country to which a manufactring facility has been moved.

        I think whoever wrote the article owes them an apology.

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