Saudi Women have petitioned automakers to stop selling cars in their country until the driving ban is lifted, according to Detroit Times.CORRECTION: Subaru contacted us to clarify that they had not stopped sales in Saudi Arabia. “We’re pleased to be recognised as a progressive company by the coalition,” said spokesman Michael McHale.
In Detroit the Saudi Women had no luck.
GM politely declined: “In each country, including Saudi Arabia, we have earned our customers’ confidence by respecting the laws and customs of the local market and by not interfering in their internal affairs,” said spokesman Klaus-Peter Martin.
No word yet from other companies.
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