Is made-in-China label a victim of pa...

Is made-in-China label a victim of paid scandals?

There are 5 comments on the Daily Times story from Aug 5, 2007, titled Is made-in-China label a victim of paid scandals?. In it, Daily Times reports that:

“It's how much (they) play 'this is from China' in the branding. That's the part that will probably be set back a little bit.”

HONG KONG: Tainted pet food, toxic toothpaste, unsafe tyres and toys - the list goes on. via Daily Times

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“auto & engine parts supplier”

Since: Jul 07

Guangzhou China

#1 Aug 5, 2007
With France you might think luxury, Japan you think precision, Germany you think efficiency, America creativity,” someday, as you mention China,you think innovation!

Michael Xu

Since: Jul 07

PitTSbuRgH!

#2 Aug 6, 2007
excessive amounts of lead paint isnt innovative, its cheap, underhanded and unhealthy, and in the amounts that were found in toys, its deadly
Les

Lurnea, Australia

#3 Aug 6, 2007
Michael Xu, I can agree with your assessment. China now has the largest pool of scientific researchers in the world working in various fields, 2.5 millions of them I rea somewhere! This is mind boggling. It is a matter of time for China to become the top innovation country.
Trajan

Chengdu, China

#4 Aug 7, 2007
Unfortunately it is not a matter of time. Over the last 50 years Chinese people have been told what to do, and not to think for themselves. The young generation have faced this their entire lives and know nothing different. Changing this policy and allowing innovation and initiative just wont happen overnight.

Change takes time, otherwise it causes more problems than offers solutions. However I for one do hope that steps are taken to begin the thought of innovation in China, for too long have they been the masters of copying and not the creative minds that they were in the past.
smilingfish

Shanghai, China

#5 Aug 7, 2007
I say, take this chance, stop being the world factory, stop polluting our environment and using our natural resources to produce cheap goods for other lazy & picky people.

Stop cutting our wood to make chopsticks for Japan!

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