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Are you ready to accept China Brand?

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Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby Angelips » 27th Jun, '13, 14:12

It's amazing how a simple play of word can change the whole perspective of people who are reading them. A negatively feel to something like "made in China" for example which before this represented a cheap knock off, copy-cat product has now reintroduced as "invented in China" which is being seen as a new era for Chinese tech start-ups that have already begin their invasion in the global market with brands such as Quros in the automobile department as well as Huawei in the telecommunication department. The question here is, how prepared are you to include these brands in your everyday life. Would you rather stick with what you know best, or ready to make a swap if they are cheaper and proven in quality?
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby Jedi » 27th Jun, '13, 14:53

Is this a serious question, or should I wait for the spam reply from another 1st time poster?
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby canuck » 27th Jun, '13, 16:59

Think angelsnips is a journo trying to pitch a story on made in China....
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby Tas » 27th Jun, '13, 18:03

Random indeedyy
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby Puffined » 1st Jul, '13, 15:09

Argh, hate China products.. I've seen only low-quality and replica ones..
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby saraswati69 » 26th Sep, '13, 14:42

I'm not or maybe never ready for a low quality things. It will cost you more than the high-end gadget like iPhone perhaps.
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Re: Are you ready to accept China Brand?

Postby Spike » 26th Sep, '13, 21:34

I've just done a voice over for the latest Huawei smartphone TV advert, Ascend P6. Looks pretty good.
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