How can American companies compete in China?
pcaulfield 3 years ago
A great majority of computers and other relectronic devices are manufactured in China. But the Chinese have a very lax policy against software and hardware counterfeiting. Recently, an entire Apple store was faked in China - it looks just like an Apple store, but it is not run by Apple and none of the sales of any of the counterfeit goods sold there go to Apple.
How can American companies compete in China if any thing you make, or any service you sell, can be done for less money without any kind of government protection?
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