As proof that Iran is at least 30 years behind most other civilized nations, an official from the Iranian Organization of the Holy Quran has asked import companies to stop bringing Chinese Qurans into Iran, his reason for it being that the Chinese printed books are full of spelling mistakes.
“These tableaus are made quite cheaply in China but are sold for much more than they are really worth to make that much more profit.”
In other words, according to the Iranian official the Chinese are to blame for this, not the greedy Iranian businesses.
Maybe in 2041 these people will finally understand that when it comes to outsourcing production to China, businesses get exactly what they pay for. China is not some magic place where work is 10 times cheaper and quality is 5 times better. It’s the same as everywhere else on this planet: If you want a quality product you don’t commission the cheapest possible manufacturer to do it.
Now I don’t really care about either Iran or the Quran, but I’m sick of seeing people equate China with shoddy quality products. The reason why markets everywhere are flooded with low quality Chinese products is because that’s exactly what they’ve been commissioned to manufacture. Also, that’s exactly what most people want to buy.
It’s true that work is cheaper in China, but you can’t expect the Chinese to produce Apple quality products in exchange for peanuts and assorted shirt buttons. Quality has its price.
source tehrantimes Read More