Chrysler is considering manufacturing cars in China for export to the US. If it does, it will be the first major manufacturer to break the Chinese barrier for complete vehicles. GM of course was the first to import a major component, the engine of the Chevrolet Equinox.
This is a bad direction for American manufacturing jobs, and it may be a very dangerous decision for a manufacturer to make. Not because of quality, or consumer backlash--people are willing, apparently, to buy goods from anywhere, even at the expense of domestic industries.
China has been increasingly aggressive in its attitude towards Taiwan, which the US is obligated to defend. If China starts a war with Taiwan, in an attempt to conquer its "rogue province", the effects on any business producing goods in China for export to the US would be devastating.