To compete with Chinese manufacturers, price is not everything

Randall, Richard
January 2010
Central Penn Business Journal;1/29/2010, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p13
In this article the author discusses the quality of products manufactured by the U.S. manufacturers. He argues the low prices implemented by the Chinese manufacturers that attract more consumers. He claims that one big advantage the American manufacturers have over their Chinese counterparts is proximity to customers.


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