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Re: A horse of a different color

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12-15-2012 22:27:51

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I agree with you, the reason why products are coming from China is because big companies want more profit , and don't want to pay America's wages . If you want to bankrupt China , close all Walmart stores in N.A.

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12-16-2012 06:12:59

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 Re: A horse of a different color in reply to heybusdriver, 12-15-2012 22:27:51  
Actually, the reason that products are being imported from China is because companies want to stay in business.

The reality is that if established companies do not import from China, or any other area where the costs of production are lower, their competition (established competition or new comppetition) will.

The market (buyers) theoretically could prevent this but it not done so and will not do so.


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12-16-2012 05:22:38

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 Re: A horse of a different color in reply to heybusdriver, 12-15-2012 22:27:51  
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Heybusdriver I have to partially disagree.

You See, "big companies" do need profit same as small companies. However, they have no profit until they make a sale, which is where everyday John Q Public comes in. He with his consumer vote tells "Big company" YES!!! give us cheap Chinese!!! There is not much American made product that we can buy any more, but we can still buy local by supporting our independently owned stores.

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