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    Paul Midler â 6 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler READ & DOWNLOAD Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game The author of the book is an American who has lived in China for a long time and as he speaks the language is an ideal agent or go between for American companies and Chinese manufacturers He relates one example of Chinese cost cutting that I believe illuminates the whole business ethos of China A company that has a number of cheap b

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    (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game Paul Midler â 6 SUMMARY This book is just superb It is so much better informative and useful than any dozen succeed in business books one could buyM

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    (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler Paul Midler â 6 SUMMARY While I enjoyed the book I thought it gave a limited glance on the reality of Chinese companies especially manufacturers

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    (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game I was expecting something drier with statistics In fact this is a narrative of the author's experience as a business consultant working with importers from the US and manufacturers in China It was a pleasant surprise fast paced and worth rea

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    (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game Paul Midler â 6 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler This is an interesting read many tactics employed by Chinese manufacturers in this book shampoo healthcare prod

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    READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game I just finished Poorly Made in China and wanted to highlight some of my key takeaways in the book The book recently made The Economist's Book of the year list Book review The Economist Paul Midler has lived in China for over 15 years and worked as an outsourcing consultant for small to mid sized companies on a range of products He wrote the book because he was shocked at what he saw The book was written as a response to

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    Paul Midler â 6 SUMMARY (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game The book is a bit different than I was thinking The book was telling diaries of the businessman and his experiences with importing and trading in China It was fun and informative regarding the work there but enough

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    READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game Author Paul Midler a non Chinese US native learned Chinese as an undergrad and eventually got an MBA Not wanting a stereotypical US finance job he became a middleman in southeast China's economic heartland a middleman between US importers and Chinese manufacturersFirst many American companies dealing with China are just that importers Their companies never made a thing in America They're start up or near start up entre

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    (Pdf Read) Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game This book is great if you've lived in China just long enough to start to understand it and in turn hate it Yes it’s about

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READ & DOWNLOAD Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game

READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler SUMMARY Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB By placing consumer safety at risk for the sake of greater profit This is a lively and impassioned personal account a collection of true stories told by an American who has worked in the country for close to two decades Poorly Made in China touches on a number of issues that affect us al. Author Paul Midler a non Chinese US native learned Chinese as an undergrad and eventually got an MBA Not wanting a stereotypical US finance job he became a middleman in southeast China s economic heartland a middleman between US importers and Chinese manufacturersFirst many American companies dealing with China are just that importers Their companies never made a thing in America They re start up or near start up entrepreneurs aglow at the idea of selling cheap made in China stuff like health and beauty aids and how dumb is it to ship 90 percent water shampoo across the ocean as house or generic brands to sell at places like Dollar GeneralAnd Chinese plants dealing with such importers seem to cheat in the manufacturing process every way they can besides the obvious exposed ones such as lead in paint and melamine in dog food They simply refuse to pay for internal uality inspectors then try to obstruct US ones people like the middleman author They deliberately underbid in an intensely competitive market then cut corners in any way they canThen when they really get busted Like the lead on Barbies last year Did the Chinese manufacturer apologize to MattelNO Remember what happened Eventually Mattel apologized to the Chinese manufacturer for bringing its integrity its Asian face into doubtAnd that s another theme of the book Asian face gets mingled and mangled with a developing Chinese aggressiveness and you get and shenanigans like thisMeanwhile the importers like the other person in a dysfunctional relationship afraid that if they stand tough a competitor will get a better deal often uail show inopportune emotion or otherwise lose face If it happened to Mattel contrary to a couple of reviewers here it s happening a lot in China don t doubt itMeanwhile it appears from this book and many other things the Chinese Potemkin economy is a 3 legged stool Beijing local governors and the manufacturers themselves The manufacturers are often playing off Beijing and local governors probably through a mix of threats kickbacks etcSo American importers have a mix of ongoing infatuation with China fear of leaving if a competitor stays fear of provoking a manufacturer if a competitor doesn t and It s hugely dysfunctional The Undefeated us al. Author Paul Midler a non Chinese US native learned Chinese as an Po Wieku Teatru Wybrzeze undergrad and eventually got an MBA Not wanting a stereotypical US finance job he became a middleman in southeast China s economic heartland a middleman between US importers and Chinese manufacturersFirst many American companies dealing with China are just that importers Their companies never made a thing in America They re start 404 - Documento non trovato up or near start Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives up entrepreneurs aglow at the idea of selling cheap made in China stuff like health and beauty aids and how dumb is it to ship 90 percent water shampoo across the ocean as house or generic brands to sell at places like Dollar GeneralAnd Chinese plants dealing with such importers seem to cheat in the manufacturing process every way they can besides the obvious exposed ones such as lead in paint and melamine in dog food They simply refuse to pay for internal Shadowspell Academy The Culling Trials uality inspectors then try to obstruct US ones people like the middleman author They deliberately Alligators, Monsters & Cool School Poems underbid in an intensely competitive market then cut corners in any way they canThen when they really get busted Like the lead on Barbies last year Did the Chinese manufacturer apologize to MattelNO Remember what happened Eventually Mattel apologized to the Chinese manufacturer for bringing its integrity its Asian face into doubtAnd that s another theme of the book Asian face gets mingled and mangled with a developing Chinese aggressiveness and you get and shenanigans like thisMeanwhile the importers like the other person in a dysfunctional relationship afraid that if they stand tough a competitor will get a better deal often Prime Suspect The True Story of John Cannan the Only Man Police Want to Investigate for the Murder of Suzy Lamplugh uail show inopportune emotion or otherwise lose face If it happened to Mattel contrary to a couple of reviewers here it s happening a lot in China don t doubt itMeanwhile it appears from this book and many other things the Chinese Potemkin economy is a 3 legged stool Beijing local governors and the manufacturers themselves The manufacturers are often playing off Beijing and local governors probably through a mix of threats kickbacks etcSo American importers have a mix of ongoing infatuation with China fear of leaving if a competitor stays fear of provoking a manufacturer if a competitor doesn t and It s hugely dysfunctional

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Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game

READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler SUMMARY Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB An insider reveals what can and does go wrong when companies shift production to China In this entertaining behind the scenes account Paul Midler tells us all that is wrong with our effort to shift manufacturing to China Now updated and expanded Poorly Made in China reveals industry secr. The author of the book is an American who has lived in China for a long time and as he speaks the language is an ideal agent or go between for American companies and Chinese manufacturers He relates one example of Chinese cost cutting that I believe illuminates the whole business ethos of China A company that has a number of cheap brands of shampoo and similar toiletries that are sold by the big box stores in the States gave a contract with a Chinese company to make themOne day one of the retailers told the company CEO that the bottles had collapsed the plastic bottles were too thin to withstand the pressure of the liuids within and stacking etc What had happened was that with ever shipment the Chinese company had shaved off a small amount of the plastic going into each bottle Such a small amount that it wasn t noticed until one day the bottles were just too weakIt is obvious that the Chinese were making profits by cost cutting but they said that it was the only way they could stick to the contract price If the American wanted better company bottles they would have to pay That s a different business model entirely than I learned at London uniThe purpose of religion is to supply multi generational groups with an explanation of where they have come from and where they are going It also supplies a moral code of conduct Religio comes from the Latin to bind together and its purpose through the ages has been to help groups to stay tight In part by distinguishing the in group from the separate out group The author is saying that history replaces religion in China certainly since the Communist era But the book makes it clear that the reigning god and they are uite monotheistic in this is Profit The commandments are as follows1 Profit is to be worshipped above all other gods2 It is unethical to tell the truth to foreigners if that would lose a contract3 Pricing is according to what the customer will pay and that depends on what market the customer is going to sell in4 Lying about having manufacturing facilities products and machinery can be a good thing5 Showing a customer around a factory that is not yours or is empty but has been set up for the day in order to get a contract6 Over time cutting costs which reduces product uality is a very good thing as it increases ProfitAnd so it goes we are all mugs to Chinese manufacturers but 7 Always maintain the face of dignity and shining honesty to a customer even when in the wrongMattel the big toy company fell foul of the Chinese They had to recall nearly 21 million toys because some had been coated in lead paint You can be sure that the Mattel contracts had specified lead free paint and the samples and possibly years of manufacturing had been without problems But then the manufacturer had either bought leaded paint because it dried uicker or contracted out the product line and the factory down the line just cut costs wherever it could as it wasn t making much anyway However and here is the surprise it was not the Chinese who did the apologising it was Mattel who had to make a humiliating apology to the Chinese government for the damage to the reputation of Chinese manufacturers and the conseuent loss of so many valuable contracts and took full responsibility for everything including bad product design The truth of the matter is that the Chinese are very good at turning around their failures either accidental deliberate or out and out scams and getting the foreigner to take the blameReminds me a bit of how in some Arab countries rape victims are immediately imprisoned for having sex outside marriage and are sometimes even murdered as they have now brought dishonour on the family by being the victim of a crime The criminals the rapists almost always get away with it It s a shared mindset The dominant group the people who can impose penalties will do so The religion of Profit like the religion of Misogyny by any name you wish to call it allows for no mercy to those who would speak against it That s how slavery worked too Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives us all that is wrong with our effort to shift manufacturing to China Now Shadowspell Academy The Culling Trials updated and expanded Poorly Made in China reveals industry secr. The author of the book is an American who has lived in China for a long time and as he speaks the language is an ideal agent or go between for American companies and Chinese manufacturers He relates one example of Chinese cost cutting that I believe illuminates the whole business ethos of China A company that has a number of cheap brands of shampoo and similar toiletries that are sold by the big box stores in the States gave a contract with a Chinese company to make themOne day one of the retailers told the company CEO that the bottles had collapsed the plastic bottles were too thin to withstand the pressure of the liuids within and stacking etc What had happened was that with ever shipment the Chinese company had shaved off a small amount of the plastic going into each bottle Such a small amount that it wasn t noticed Alligators, Monsters & Cool School Poems until one day the bottles were just too weakIt is obvious that the Chinese were making profits by cost cutting but they said that it was the only way they could stick to the contract price If the American wanted better company bottles they would have to pay That s a different business model entirely than I learned at London Prime Suspect The True Story of John Cannan the Only Man Police Want to Investigate for the Murder of Suzy Lamplugh uniThe purpose of religion is to supply multi generational groups with an explanation of where they have come from and where they are going It also supplies a moral code of conduct Religio comes from the Latin to bind together and its purpose through the ages has been to help groups to stay tight In part by distinguishing the in group from the separate out group The author is saying that history replaces religion in China certainly since the Communist era But the book makes it clear that the reigning god and they are An Ocean of Blessings uite monotheistic in this is Profit The commandments are as follows1 Profit is to be worshipped above all other gods2 It is يأجوج ومأجوج من الوجود حتى الفناء unethical to tell the truth to foreigners if that would lose a contract3 Pricing is according to what the customer will pay and that depends on what market the customer is going to sell in4 Lying about having manufacturing facilities products and machinery can be a good thing5 Showing a customer around a factory that is not yours or is empty but has been set L'Amante du Rif up for the day in order to get a contract6 Over time cutting costs which reduces product The A List DietFitness Plan uality is a very good thing as it increases ProfitAnd so it goes we are all mugs to Chinese manufacturers but 7 Always maintain the face of dignity and shining honesty to a customer even when in the wrongMattel the big toy company fell foul of the Chinese They had to recall nearly 21 million toys because some had been coated in lead paint You can be sure that the Mattel contracts had specified lead free paint and the samples and possibly years of manufacturing had been without problems But then the manufacturer had either bought leaded paint because it dried Stepping Stones uicker or contracted out the product line and the factory down the line just cut costs wherever it could as it wasn t making much anyway However and here is the surprise it was not the Chinese who did the apologising it was Mattel who had to make a humiliating apology to the Chinese government for the damage to the reputation of Chinese manufacturers and the conseuent loss of so many valuable contracts and took full responsibility for everything including bad product design The truth of the matter is that the Chinese are very good at turning around their failures either accidental deliberate or out and out scams and getting the foreigner to take the blameReminds me a bit of how in some Arab countries rape victims are immediately imprisoned for having sex outside marriage and are sometimes even murdered as they have now brought dishonour on the family by being the victim of a crime The criminals the rapists almost always get away with it It s a shared mindset The dominant group the people who can impose penalties will do so The religion of Profit like the religion of Misogyny by any name you wish to call it allows for no mercy to those who would speak against it That s how slavery worked too

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READ & DOWNLOAD µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB â Paul Midler SUMMARY Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ets including the dangerous practice of uality fade the deliberate and secret habit of Chinese manufacturers to widen profit margins through the reduction of uality inputs US importers don't stand a chance Midler explains against savvy Chinese suppliers who feel they have little to lose. I just finished Poorly Made in China and wanted to highlight some of my key takeaways in the book The book recently made The Economist s Book of the year list Book review The Economist Paul Midler has lived in China for over 15 years and worked as an outsourcing consultant for small to mid sized companies on a range of products He wrote the book because he was shocked at what he saw The book was written as a response to the string of 2007 Chinese uality scandals yes it even it s own Wikipedia page and 2008 and then there s Chinese Drywall It took him a year and a half to finish so it sort of had a uiet launch until The Economist picked up on it The book is not an overview of the 2007 uality scandals He references them only briefly Some interesting notes the infamous Mattel lead paint toys case involved a Chinese factory owner who had worked for Fisher Price for 15 years and had an estimated net worth of 900 million USD It was a symptom of what Midler refers to as uality FadeHere s an article he wrote in 2007 that also served as the seed for the book about uality fade Dealing With China s uality Fade Forbescom Some of the other takeaways The reason China does so well initially attracting business is 1 very very low crime rate at least for Westerners 2 low initial price point although subject to rises over time 3 zero regulation want to discharge wastes from a galvanizing operation directly into the sewer No problem 4 ease of access a business traveler can get a cheap ticket over there then stay in very inexpensive hotels and come back to the US for less than he budgeted comparable trips to Mexico or Dominican Republic are extremely costly due to security constraints Chinese factories deliver low prices because they ll sell at cost to US markets then sell knockoffs of the same products to Latin America Mid East etc for doubletriple the price they re selling it to the US generally borrowing the intellectual propertydesignetc in the process Chinese factories are described as almost mid evil level of technology The average factory is a series of long tables with lines of stools generally without backs made from scrap wood with massive amounts of human labor substituting for what machines would do in the West I ve been to a few US factories and it s amazing the level of technology you ll see so long as it lowers the marginal cost and there s enough volume you ll see lines of the most expensive computer controlled CNC machines The only machinery in Chinese factories is generally worn out obsolete euipment from the West China is not THE lowest cost producer Vietnam generally beats them out on labor costs There s a bias out there that Made in America is too expensive while Made in China guarantees you re getting a good deal at least on price Say you want to buy bolts A Chinese factory uotes you 68 centsea You think you re getting a good deal If you go to a US factory and they uote you 68 cents and Made in America people think they can get it cheaper elsewhere A US manufacturer thanks to automation mechanization and superior methods might actually be the less expensive manufacturer while a Chinese manufacturer may only meet that price point while sacrificing something namely uality A lot of the business people in China especially among the lower to mid size companies are incredibly naive Those are the best stories in the book A Chinese factory was making private label beauty products for an un named CVSWalgreensetc and the CVS buyer kept complaining they were getting screwed out of pH The pH was on the lower end tolerance range 6 in a 6 75 range Meanwhile the factory was doing all sorts of other substitutions behind their back that they weren t even checking Upon being challenged the CVS buyer didn t even know what pH was much less have the idea to test for bacterial contamination of the lots of body wash shampoo etc that were coming into their store by the shipload Because they didn t know how to make anything they had no idea how a manufacturer could screw them over The Chinese product had a not tested on animals label primarily because there was no testing done whatsoeverOne of the things I enjoyed about the book is it s a business book but there s very little business in it it s mostly about relationships and Chinese culture That s also this reviewer s take Some of the cultural nuances were remarkably like America in a way Also worth a look Paul Midler s Blog Especially the older entries Also of note Dumping China for America CNN Money On a personal note one of the reasons I ve become interested in this book is I ve gotten into valve procurement in a big way The valve business is very very competitive and a valve you bought 10 15 years ago that used to made in the USA with a good reputation for uality is now either assembled in the USA with Chinese made parts or wholly made in China due to commercial pressure I was at a meeting when we went through valves and name after name was made in China partly or completely I asked is there anyone who isn t the older engineer looks over at me and says yeah Company Z Their valves are made in India Me UmNow we try do as much as possible to test the valves and to screen out the worst offenders but the whole process has left me with some uneasy feelings The valve salesman won t be around when the project starts up I will and the operators will work next to these valves for years to comeNote that Paul Midler ends his book with a GUARANTEE of further Chinese uality scandalshttpnoladishublogspotcom201202 Process Mining: Data Science in Action uality fade the deliberate and secret habit of Chinese manufacturers to widen profit margins through the reduction of Corruptions et crédulité en médecine (Documents) uality inputs US importers don't stand a chance Midler explains against savvy Chinese suppliers who feel they have little to lose. I just finished Poorly Made in China and wanted to highlight some of my key takeaways in the book The book recently made The Economist s Book of the year list Book review The Economist Paul Midler has lived in China for over 15 years and worked as an outsourcing consultant for small to mid sized companies on a range of products He wrote the book because he was shocked at what he saw The book was written as a response to the string of 2007 Chinese تقریرات مصدق در زندان uality scandals yes it even it s own Wikipedia page and 2008 and then there s Chinese Drywall It took him a year and a half to finish so it sort of had a Cathy up on it The book is not an overview of the 2007 Il Buddismo spiegato semplicemente: La via verso una vita più serena, equilibrata e in armonia (Segreti Per Ridurre lo Stress) uality scandals He references them only briefly Some interesting notes the infamous Mattel lead paint toys case involved a Chinese factory owner who had worked for Fisher Price for 15 years and had an estimated net worth of 900 million USD It was a symptom of what Midler refers to as La desaparición del paisaje uality fade Dealing With China s Íslenskar kynjaskepnur uality Fade Forbescom Some of the other takeaways The reason China does so well initially attracting business is 1 very very low crime rate at least for Westerners 2 low initial price point although subject to rises over time 3 zero regulation want to discharge wastes from a galvanizing operation directly into the sewer No problem 4 ease of access a business traveler can get a cheap ticket over there then stay in very inexpensive hotels and come back to the US for less than he budgeted comparable trips to Mexico or Dominican Republic are extremely costly due to security constraints Chinese factories deliver low prices because they ll sell at cost to US markets then sell knockoffs of the same products to Latin America Mid East etc for doubletriple the price they re selling it to the US generally borrowing the intellectual propertydesignetc in the process Chinese factories are described as almost mid evil level of technology The average factory is a series of long tables with lines of stools generally without backs made from scrap wood with massive amounts of human labor substituting for what machines would do in the West I ve been to a few US factories and it s amazing the level of technology you ll see so long as it lowers the marginal cost and there s enough volume you ll see lines of the most expensive computer controlled CNC machines The only machinery in Chinese factories is generally worn out obsolete euipment from the West China is not THE lowest cost producer Vietnam generally beats them out on labor costs There s a bias out there that Made in America is too expensive while Made in China guarantees you re getting a good deal at least on price Say you want to buy bolts A Chinese factory Norman Thomas Early Civil Rights Activist uotes you 68 centsea You think you re getting a good deal If you go to a US factory and they I'm a Dirty Dinosaur uote you 68 cents and Made in America people think they can get it cheaper elsewhere A US manufacturer thanks to automation mechanization and superior methods might actually be the less expensive manufacturer while a Chinese manufacturer may only meet that price point while sacrificing something namely Il pendolo di Foucault uality A lot of the business people in China especially among the lower to mid size companies are incredibly naive Those are the best stories in the book A Chinese factory was making private label beauty products for an The Cobra ueen Pandora English #4 un named CVSWalgreensetc and the CVS buyer kept complaining they were getting screwed out of pH The pH was on the lower end tolerance range 6 in a 6 75 range Meanwhile the factory was doing all sorts of other substitutions behind their back that they weren t even checking Upon being challenged the CVS buyer didn t even know what pH was much less have the idea to test for bacterial contamination of the lots of body wash shampoo etc that were coming into their store by the shipload Because they didn t know how to make anything they had no idea how a manufacturer could screw them over The Chinese product had a not tested on animals label primarily because there was no testing done whatsoeverOne of the things I enjoyed about the book is it s a business book but there s very little business in it it s mostly about relationships and Chinese culture That s also this reviewer s take Some of the cultural nuances were remarkably like America in a way Also worth a look Paul Midler s Blog Especially the older entries Also of note Dumping China for America CNN Money On a personal note one of the reasons I ve become interested in this book is I ve gotten into valve procurement in a big way The valve business is very very competitive and a valve you bought 10 15 years ago that Lord of the Dragon used to made in the USA with a good reputation for Dr Simon Forman A Most Notorious Physician uality is now either assembled in the USA with Chinese made parts or wholly made in China due to commercial pressure I was at a meeting when we went through valves and name after name was made in China partly or completely I asked is there anyone who isn t the older engineer looks over at me and says yeah Company Z Their valves are made in India Me UmNow we try do as much as possible to test the valves and to screen out the worst offenders but the whole process has left me with some Lost Cities 50 Discoveries in World Archaeology uneasy feelings The valve salesman won t be around when the project starts

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  • Poorly Made in China An Insider's Account of the Tactics Behind China's Production Game
  • Paul Midler
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  • 06 January 2018
  • 9780470928073