Rich Countries Created the “Made in China” Product Scare
There’s no doubt about it, rich countries played a big role in creating today’s China. Big multi-national companies from Japan, Taiwan, and North America and all the way from Europe invested heavily in China. They have one common reason why they relocated to China: big profit at the expense of low labor and production cost.
What happened next is the “Made in China” product scare, trademark infringement, low quality goods, cloned cars and electronic and communication tools. These are just some of the things that being sold around the world. Nobody cares because they are cheap which attract more buyers from the ordinary consumers.
In this regard, China alone is not to blame but the rich countries who allowed China to mass-produce everything from the smallest item to a bigger one. The world could’ve have been safer against contaminated food and milk products and cloned goods from China if only the rich countries have done enough in stepping-up its warning to the Asia’s Dragon not to break the international law on trade and commerce and stop endangering human beings by using harmful industrial chemicals in their food, milk and drink products.
Tags: China-made Products , Contaminated Milk , Food , Trade , Commerce , China
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