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Q: Why does the dress costs the same to a lunch?

Most of my normal lunches cost me around 10 dollars and I brought a dress in H&M in Times Square at 15 dollars. I wonder why they cost almost the same here?

 

In China, almost no way, even if you buy cheap clothes.

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A good question when you consider the huge differences in income level of USA and PRC, and the next to nothing local transportation costs and zero tax when you sell locally in PRC.  

 

What does that tell you when the quality is still substantially lower with all those factors included? Mainlanders are ripping mainlanders off. To hell with ethics, polluting the environment, all that matters is MY money.

 

Rob as much as possible then run off (emigrate) to Canada, New Zealand, Australia, USA with blood, filthy monies. You know about this dalu mentality crystal clear, don't you?

 

In fact, many are grabbing heaps of cash while you are enjoying Mid-Autumn festival in New York!  http://answers.echinacities.com/question/mooncake-laughters-2017-even-evil-capitalists-dont-charge-tourspots-kind-look?type=latest#answer000  Don't forget to look at the moon and see if it is bigger in USA. It may, with latitude differences and much, much cleaner, unpolluted air!

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Globalism!

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A good question when you consider the huge differences in income level of USA and PRC, and the next to nothing local transportation costs and zero tax when you sell locally in PRC.  

 

What does that tell you when the quality is still substantially lower with all those factors included? Mainlanders are ripping mainlanders off. To hell with ethics, polluting the environment, all that matters is MY money.

 

Rob as much as possible then run off (emigrate) to Canada, New Zealand, Australia, USA with blood, filthy monies. You know about this dalu mentality crystal clear, don't you?

 

In fact, many are grabbing heaps of cash while you are enjoying Mid-Autumn festival in New York!  http://answers.echinacities.com/question/mooncake-laughters-2017-even-evil-capitalists-dont-charge-tourspots-kind-look?type=latest#answer000  Don't forget to look at the moon and see if it is bigger in USA. It may, with latitude differences and much, much cleaner, unpolluted air!

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