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|#185802 - Quite so, but there's room for improvement|
Responding to: Jecksons Ben's previous message
Jecksons Ben said:
The manufacturers in the PRC aren't stupid, so they do maintain standards of quality specified by their customers. Unfortunately, if the quality isn't specified-in, it won't be manufactured-in either.
First,The PRC built low quality just like Japan before WW II products.
Actually, Japan built quite good-quality products before WWII. Their output was somewhat dicey after WWII, I think, largely because they were still rebuilding their manufacturing capability. By the mid-'60's, their quality was top-notch, while U.S. manufacturers had discovered "planned obsolescence" (read Vance Packard's book, The Waste Makers).
They experiments with the market at their country and others which the countries had "WWW situation".
I'm not sure what you mean. They are, of course, testing the market in order to determine what they can "get by" with. I doubt that they're any less capable of manufacturing top-quality products than the labor force in any other country. However, it costs more to do that, and, if major consumers, notably the U.S, will accept low quality, there's no realy benefit in exporting higher quality than what the U.S. consumer will buy.
Mostly we think that PRC is Communist country but PRC is super capitalist.
US and Europe are more socialistic countries...
Yes, the PRC is somewhat of a hybrid between communism and fascism. The government, rather than maintaining close relations with the labor force, simply keeps the labor force under its heels, while doing whatever is necessary to promote its close relationship with business/industry. They don't seem to have much respect for human rights at all, nor do they have much respect for intellectual property rights. Once they start developing intellectual property of their own, it's likely their attitudes with respect to that will change. As their labor force incorporates more of their population, i.e. as the presently agricultural regions become engaged in the growth in manufacturing, wages will rise. As wages rise, the laboring people will recognize their own power, and, as a result, will demand better treatment from the government.
Jeckson S Ben.
There's a way for labor....more salaries for them...
If their national government finds a way to reign in the corrupt practices in their provincial and local governments, their quality of manufactured goods, and their labor force's quality of life, will, it is my hope, improve.
|Finally we found what made US and Europe in crisis||JecksonS Ben||01/20/12 01:00|
|Really?||Jez Smith||01/20/12 14:22|
|Rice Crispies||Neil Kurzman||01/20/12 17:49|
|Yeah..||Jez Smith||01/21/12 01:37|
|Once I heard her say ...||Richard Erlacher||01/21/12 11:29|
|Gifted||Per Westermark||01/21/12 12:54|
|I have found someone worse||Jez Smith||01/22/12 15:17|
|I don't know what this guy's "issue" is ...||Richard Erlacher||01/22/12 18:55|
|Ouch||Per Westermark||01/22/12 20:43|
|His Way...||Michael Karas||01/22/12 21:51|
|That's not quite the case ...||Richard Erlacher||01/22/12 22:40|
|works here||JecksonS Ben||01/23/12 07:35|
|We have a solution||Jez Smith||01/24/12 14:04|
|Glue?||Rob Klein||01/25/12 06:16|
|re: Soylent Green||Andy Peters||01/25/12 15:43|
|sorry! ... multi-post||Richard Erlacher||01/25/12 08:58|
|Now, if they'd just apply that filter to politicians ...||Richard Erlacher||01/25/12 08:58|
|Oops! ...||Richard Erlacher||01/25/12 08:58|
|I am a goon....||Jez Smith||01/29/12 11:48|
|Maybe you could illustrate what you mean?||Richard Erlacher||01/29/12 12:42|
|I don't know but||Jez Smith||01/29/12 15:05|
|It's like entropy ...||Richard Erlacher||01/29/12 19:16|
|The thing is...||Jez Smith||01/29/12 23:49|
|I have to agree ... Americans are doing it to themselves||Richard Erlacher||01/30/12 08:39|
|Simplifications||Per Westermark||01/30/12 03:57|
|We'll just have to agree to disagree, I guess ...||Richard Erlacher||01/30/12 10:45|
|Still not a quality issue but a hunger for more||Per Westermark||01/30/12 11:30|
|live for life||Stefan KAnev||01/30/12 12:33|
|Perhaps someone will pay you to "live your life"||Richard Erlacher||01/31/12 19:49|
|Yes, and therein lies the fatal flaw||Richard Erlacher||01/31/12 20:16|
|just buy new one||Stefan KAnev||01/31/12 22:09|
|ISO9001/2000?||Erik Malund||02/01/12 06:56|
|agree||Stefan KAnev||02/01/12 07:13|
|No, depends on knowledge/experience of people implementing||Per Westermark||02/03/12 05:38|
|DO we need ISO?||JecksonS Ben||02/03/12 05:44|
|It's up to the buyer ...||Richard Erlacher||02/01/12 08:09|
|Still thinking price implies quality||Per Westermark||02/03/12 06:24|
|Wal-Mart TVs||Andy Peters||02/02/12 10:38|
|Yes, SONY, SAMSUNG, TOSHIBA, etc, all do it ...||Richard Erlacher||02/02/12 21:18|
|Foxconn...||JecksonS Ben||02/03/12 05:34|
|It's because of their scale||Richard Erlacher||02/03/12 10:02|
|Large scale||JecksonS Ben||02/05/12 04:00|
|Quite so, but there's room for improvement||Richard Erlacher||02/05/12 09:46|
|why You expect this?||Stefan KAnev||02/05/12 13:02|
|Perhaps you're right||Richard Erlacher||02/05/12 18:53|
|Already happening||Per Westermark||02/05/12 19:42|
|they sleep||JecksonS Ben||02/06/12 01:44|
|I thought Indonesia was ahead of the PRC in wages ...||Richard Erlacher||02/06/12 08:52|
|The url blocked||JecksonS Ben||02/10/12 05:00|
|^%$#@! Double post ... again! Sorry||Richard Erlacher||02/06/12 08:52|
|PRC and US corruption||JecksonS Ben||02/06/12 01:35|
|Maybe you could explain ...||Richard Erlacher||02/06/12 09:02|
|smooth criminals||JecksonS Ben||02/10/12 05:02|
|at baby time....||JecksonS Ben||02/06/12 01:28|
|krispies||Andy Peters||01/24/12 10:18|
|As i see it..||Jez Smith||01/21/12 01:45|
|I'm wrong...||JecksonS Ben||01/21/12 08:18|
|SOPA/PIPA||Andy Peters||01/24/12 10:25|
|about that "freedom of speech" thing ...||Richard Erlacher||01/24/12 16:49|
|Brilliance||Joseph Hebert||01/24/12 05:30|