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Old 10-02-2013  
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A "foreign make" just means it's "made overseas".

"4/10 cars sold in the US are made overseas, compared with (or to) less than a quarter twenty years ago."

Does it make more sense like that? It's just the noun (+ plural) version instead of verb use, I guess~

(P.S. I prefer to put a comma where I did just because things seem clearer when they're more broken up to me, dunno about the grammar rules surrounding it)
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