prdplacement (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
Where you make the purchase makes the difference. That is why you pay $10 to a $1 beverage in hotels.
LogiC (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
US Corporations- making foreign outsourcing of patriotism an art form.
EUro (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012)
There is no patriotism in money. Only greed.
@EUro (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012)
Yeah the euro is really good example.
nonchin (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
and they does this for price, that is more times bigger as in their own country... :DDD
DEv (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
1. Companies will often produce something without intention to ever release it in the local market (for example there is no demand). For example Mexicans may be producing some sort of cars for USA, but only after circulating in USA market they can travel back to Maxican market.
2. However demand for souvenirs exists where tourists come. Tourist will be more willing to spend money on American flag in US, than at home in China.
UGAENGR (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
Where are these Chinese tourists? Has anyone ever seen a Chinese tourist?
London (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012)
is full of them
@London (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012)
So is Tibet.
Molly Hob (Thursday, 4 Oct 2012)
Rupert Murdock married one, and she is a member of the Chinese Communist Party (ChiCom), but heck at least she's pretty.
A rab (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
We know! Chinese products always more flammable!
a Japanese tourist. (Wednesday, 3 Oct 2012) Reply
We're not chinese, damnit!
Pat (Thursday, 4 Oct 2012) Reply
Why are people so bothered that we make our goods in China? It's called being a developed nation. I'm glad that the average American is not willing to be paid $20 a day to manufacture goods and would rather get an education and design the goods to be manufactured in a country that currently lacks the resources to design them themselves and we can help them develope. It's called progress. Sorry grandpa, I'd rather be the guy with the blueprints than the shovel.
Chinaman (Friday, 5 Oct 2012)
so you honestly think we don't have a guy with the blueprints of our own, and lack the resources to design them ourselves??
Chinaman (Friday, 5 Oct 2012) Reply
Ah so, WE own the USA. Thank you Barry.
Flash635 (Friday, 12 Oct 2012)
No, but China owns most of the USA's debt and could totally own the country if it called in the debt...theoretically. Good luck with that.
Flash Back (Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012)
Watch out guys, we've got an economics major here.
Mo Chi (Saturday, 6 Oct 2012) Reply
Why China visit America?
NonUSAan (Thursday, 11 Oct 2012) Reply
There are 33 countires in America; this is the flag of one of them - the United States.
Factions Illumination (Saturday, 13 Oct 2012) Reply
Why wouldnt they just put the factories that are make these flags here in America so there be more jobs. Other than McDonald's, Walmart and the other crippling corporation