Factories in China sometimes churn out cheap, poor-quality products. But many are indeed capable of manufacturing products that are both high tech and high quality. And remember, high-quality goods are made in China every day—you only have to be willing to pay for them.
Are all products made in China bad?
To summarise, there is nothing inherently bad about the quality of Chinese products. Many premium “high quality” products are already made in China. Buyers need to be careful to select suppliers based on their ability to deliver a quality product, not just on price.
Why are products made in China bad?
For many Americans, the “Made in China” label has become synonymous with low-cost and low-quality. Han can point to several examples on product safety—toxic pill capsules, food contamination, and toys containing lead paint—as well as concerns about human rights in China and US-China trade disputes.
Why are things made in China so cheap?
Cheaper prices are due to a complex, national strategy of China to become the preeminent superpower of the 21st century. Because labor is only one part of the total cost of a product, and in many cases its as low as 20% of the total cost.
Is China still the factory of the world?
In addition to its low labor costs, China has become known as the worlds factory because of its strong business ecosystem, lack of regulatory compliance, low taxes and duties, and competitive currency practices.
Why is China so successful?
China has successfully created several flexible investment zones, free trade zones, high tech zones, and export processing zones, along with tax incentives and proper infrastructure. They score over other countries in factors like speedy approval of investment proposals and building of solid infrastructure.