Would Chinese - made products been pushed back for the next 5 years?

United States
April 15, 2011 3:38pm CST
I just wondering, due to the notorious reputation of many products, do you think it would pushed back for the next 5 years within the United States? I mean, many people won't consider buying it due to its quality on the precedent incidents, such as plastic toys, cereal, and other food products, etc..... I mean if people read the label that indicated it is made from China, they might not want to make purchase of it. What do you think of it? Or would consider as long as it is safe, and passed the FDA inspection, it should be fine for you?
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@barehugs (8986)
• Canada
16 Apr 11
It is already too late, no matter how bad the reputation of products, to stop the influx of Chinese goods into America. Its been proven that 92% of all products sold by WalMart are made, grown or produced, in China. Americans would starve, lose their jobs, and be driven mad, without Chinese products in the stores!
• United States
16 Apr 11
Hi King, Since Loads and Loads of items come from China and are imported into the United States. I mean Crates upon Crates of items, Mostly junk Even if the products were pushed back, I don`t think the common consumer, like yourself of me would be effected by it or even notice a decline in Chinese items. Now Japan, That is a whole different story, People are gonna be really scared to buy items that come from japan. Even if it was no where near where the tsunami hit the reactor. Its just the thing of it, People get scared very easy.
@stephcjh (32328)
• United States
16 Apr 11
I think alot of people would continue to purchase things that came from China. There are flaws in just about everything these days and alot of us do not know who to trust anymore for complete safety.
@magtibaygom (4865)
• Philippines
15 Apr 11
I am from Asia. China is just a neighbor to us. But personally, I don't like China products. I like American made products. Plus, I don't like Chinese too much love of profit they disregard "love and care" for their customers' welfare. Part of business should be "responsibility". They don't have it. The only important to them are "profits, profits, profits!"
@ladygator (3469)
• United States
15 Apr 11
I was just thinking about this when I was looking at toys for my son. The toy supply seems pretty thin these days. Why the 5 year time line? I dont think that we should by so much from other places that are not within our states so we can help nurture our economy. Especially my state Michigan since we have been hit very hard with the depression and still lack jobs and prices are super high for even the necessities.