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The following was copied from the internet. True or not?
From a historical perspective, government and public support and protection for national industry was one way countries developed. The UK once demanded the use of homemade shrouds. If the shroud was proved not to be homemade, the funeral would stop. Such an extreme way of supporting domestic products contributed to the UK's rise as the world's first industrial power.
The US almost copied the UK's way. Its first president George Washington wore a suit of locally made cloth when swore in publicly, encouraging Americans to consume more domestic products.
Our neighbors South Korea and Japan also pay a lot of attention to encouraging people to purchase more domestic products. So does India.
From a scientific point of view, this statement doesn't hold true.
Some people complain just about everything, Germans complain about their BMW, Japanese about theirs Hondas and americans on their locally made cars and you are complaining about your Chinese made Fiesta. The Fiesta could easily become the automotive icon for upcoming young, professional white collar office workers in China. Over the Chinese festivities driven over 1400k since I had to take the mother-in-law, and all the food for the relatives, took the company Midy Foton pushed it like no come tomorrow, never missed a beat and by the way ,seen only two broken down cars in the highways, one was a Porsche and at the rest place there was an imported M Benz with overheating problems. By enlarge; I would say Chinese cars are not better or worse than the made overseas.
If you look at value for money, Chinese cars are not that bad indeed. However, I prefer quality in cars and couldn't find any Chinese brand so far that could satisfy my criteria...
But cars aren't the only business - there are various great Chinese products in other areas. This post, for instance, is written on a nice lenovo laptop
And Chinese food offers also great value for money while being quite healthy - so I totally prefer it over McDonald's or Burger King.