By Paul Pannone
The war against Chinese manufacturers that knock off American dress companies and sell directly to consumers continues, as head of a current campaign to stop the onslaught confirms suspicion and probable cause of the troubles.
Buying products from smaller factories not only hurts American business but funds sub-human working conditions.
Smaller factories that fly under the radar of consumer advocate scrutiny and government regulation could be at the core of the problems. According to Lang Big factories are as concerned about the lost dollars to smaller ones.
“The counterfeiting hurts them as well. As suspected, my research here points to small factories. There are so many small factories working here that they can produce a lot of dresses. If we do not act, the damage inflicted would increase so feel good about the efforts you have funded,” he told supporters.
Lang returns in May and plans to give a detailed report on what he saw. Meanwhile the campaign moves forward, as the legal team plans to file suit against the worst offenders.
An ongoing poll shows over 60% of respondents say they’d pay a bit more for American products if they existed. What do you say?
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