[Harp-L] Re. Made in China

Eric Schaller emiesterschal@xxxxx
Wed Jun 21 22:18:21 EDT 2017

I can't speak about China, Brazil, or the USA, but it all hinges on over sight by the contractors, price and quality drive the result, I can only speak about auto part. The difference in quality and price is mind boggling. My resent purchases of Hohner products makes me think that if they are made in China, they keep things on a tight leash. Smart

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On Jun 20, 2017 9:35 AM, Robert Hale <robert at xxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 19, 2017 at 9:37 AM, Brendan Power <bren at xxxxx> 
> wrote: 
> > In 2015 I visited many of the main harmonica factories in China, 
> ​I didn't state or assume that Chinese harmonica workers are abused.​ I 
> said "If I knew..." and I don't know. 
> I appreciate Brendan's visit to Chinese factories. There are other examples 
> around the world where western visitors were shown ideal sites. I don't 
> know, and Brendan can't know for sure, either. 
> Robert Hale 
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