No cherry picking dude. Search click. Yeah old. That is the point-my observation is apparently not original and not new. That was theh top google result. Of course your results will not match mine. Google fishbowl effect.
So now bigot, and troll.
Wow. Never expected this but whatever.
ApparentlyI am not the only one to observe the branding problrm. Never googled this vefore. Vut wow.
Lookie that. Harvard Biz Review.
Observation os now Bigotry. Do you realise how fuckef up that is?
LOL you didn't answer the question about corporate naming versus shopping out. Pollution--whatever. There is nothing bigoted about pointing out stuff that is real. This goes for corporate structure and how Chinese companies simply do not exist in the same way that Japanese and Korean ones...
Go fuck yourself, Bruce.
I did not disparage the chinese laser maker directly. Go ready my posts again. I never even mentioned them. But you DID call me a bigot. So again, go fuck yourself.
I have Chinese friends who escaped the Cultural Destruction--who were my classmates. I have graduate...
So Martin: you disagree that the Chinese model is diffetent?
You feel it is nit important to have your own Q/A peopke onsite?
Let us hear it.
How many Chinese brands are in common consumption? A few. Oh and Thinkpad was an IBM brandnsme...before Lenovo ..haha.
Mr Toyoda and Mr. Hyundai put...
Dude, you are making shit up. Reality is not bigotry. Chinese policy is not Chinese persons. I know the difference.
What I can tell you is that Chinese products jave a quality assurance problem. You wantvto pretend not, fine but dont you dare call me a Bigit because I recognize facts.
Every colleague of mine who has traveled there even briefly comes homecwith lung damage. And dtories about supervision.
Thishas nothing to do with worldview. It is simply reality.
Btw Chinese domestic stuff seems to work better than the schlock we end up with. Hmmm, I wonder why???
Oh and for 20 years Ive called it CCC. Cheap Chinese Crap.
Notice there are almost no Chinese brands... You have to start growing some semblance of a spine to be a brand. On the other hand, American "brands" (like hardware for instance) sold their souls. You get ccc with a american brand on...