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Ian
Ian

The problem is that these companies are so locked in to China because of pricing that they can't make a change without destroying their entire product line.

Mark Riffey
Mark Riffey

What really surprised me in that story was the completely weak-kneed response from the head of the Christian trade association. Plausible deniability - from a Christian trade association leader? Whodathunkit? Mark

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  1. [...] chord with his clients is likely one of the reasons (probably a lesser one, I’m guessing) why Ian doesn’t buy Chinese (-made goods, not food). Dan would call Ian’s behavior congruent, because it is consistent [...]

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How do you feel about that crucifix you bought being made in a Chinese sweat shop?

There's a reason we don't buy Chinese and it isn't product quality.

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  • Mark Riffey November 21, 2007, 11:34 am

    What really surprised me in that story was the completely weak-kneed response from the head of the Christian trade association.

    Plausible deniability – from a Christian trade association leader? Whodathunkit?

    Mark

  • Ian November 21, 2007, 11:40 am

    The problem is that these companies are so locked in to China because of pricing that they can’t make a change without destroying their entire product line.

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