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Made in China good or bad

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Nursultan
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 9/24/2013 Category: News
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Nursultan

Pro

I think that it is good, because China makes many goods which are not produced by any other country
republicantown

Con

Its bad, really bad. China is taking away jobs and making shiit products. We owe the slopes so much money because of Obama and we aren't paying it because china is sucking us dry like some high school cheerleader. Most kids in high school cant read and were giving money to china. Its stupid.
Debate Round No. 1
Nursultan

Pro

There is a stereotype that China products are cheap only because the quality is low. But actually it is not true, because there are another true criterias why they are not expensive. First, it is a cheap labor-the population of China is about 6,5 billion of people, therefore workplaces are high valued and people are ready to work for a low salary. Second, cheap raw resources-China has a well developed process industry, therefore they are buying unsuitable materials from neibhouring countries, process them and use in new products. Third lease of premises and favorable taxes, and finally enormous edition-the more products the cheaper price. So low price does not always mean low quality.
republicantown

Con

republicantown forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 2
Nursultan

Pro

Nursultan forfeited this round.
republicantown

Con

republicantown forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by Derek.yer 3 years ago
Derek.yer
I think that it is not a stereotype, because it's a true fact that in most of the products which made in china are not good qualified. Also I think it is a bad thing, because of the economical point of view. People who are selling good qualified products with a high price (because the quality of a product does worth it) might fall in crisis, because of the cheap products which are made in China. So the income is falling down, demand for products falls, but the demand of products which are made in china is rising, that leads country to crisis because the products which are made in china more popular than products that made in country-seller.
Posted by funwiththoughts 3 years ago
funwiththoughts
And Con, a lot of products made in China aren't government products, a lot of them come from corporations like Apple, Sony, etc. I think this was what Pro was referring to.
Posted by funwiththoughts 3 years ago
funwiththoughts
Why are cheap labor and using "unsuitable resources" good things?
Posted by Aleks 3 years ago
Aleks
I believe that,product produced in China are almost all bad.Although they are cheap ,but the quality is worse.For example: if we buy shoes we can wear them as long as 2 months, then they will be useless, they will be torned......In stead we can buy American which will be expensive but we can use them longly.........and the quality is much better than Chinese.
Posted by Nursultan 3 years ago
Nursultan
There is a stereotype that China products are cheap only because the quality is low. But actually it is not true, because there are another true criterias why they are not expensive. First, it is a cheap labor-the population of China is about 6,5 billion of people, therefore workplaces are high valued and people are ready to work for a low salary. Second, cheap raw resources-China has a well developed process industry, therefore they are buying unsuitable materials from neibhouring countries, process them and use in new products. Third lease of premises and favorable taxes, and finally enormous edition-the more products the cheaper price. So low price does not always mean low quality.
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct taken from Con for the blatantly racist "slopes" comment.