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Re: None more so

Posted by RRC on December 14, 2007

In Reply to: None more so posted by Snow on December 14, 2007

: Is 'none more so than' a phrase? If so, what does it mean? I saw this in the following paragraph.

: "So auto manufacturers are expecting great things from China and none more so than luxury car-makers."

It is no more so than "auto manufacturers are expecting". Well... maybe a tiny bit.
None = not any (auto manufacturers is understood)
more = more
so = in that way (are expecting great things)
than = than
Not any auto manufacturers are expecting great things more than luxury car-makers (are).