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Vietnamese Staging Chinese Product Boycott After Oil Rig Spati
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Reasey Poch
July 28, 2014 7:18 PM
China recently pulled an oil rig from an area of the disputed South China Sea that Vietnam also claims. Despite the action, the incident has had a lingering effect on consumers in Vietnam. VOA's Reasey Poch reports from Hanoi on an effort to boycott Chinese products.

Vietnamese Staging Chinese Product Boycott After Oil Rig Spat

Reasey Poch

Published July 28, 2014

China recently pulled an oil rig from an area of the disputed South China Sea that Vietnam also claims. Despite the action, the incident has had a lingering effect on consumers in Vietnam. VOA's Reasey Poch reports from Hanoi on an effort to boycott Chinese products.


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by: Dookie from: USA
July 30, 2014 6:54 PM
Responding to Zhong from New York: Great they should buy their own products just like before they Deng open the China door for investment when people were eat roots to live. Don't you understand economic at all? But Actually even the Chinese don't like their own products. They have to cross over into Hong Kong to buy baby milk. By the way why are you living in New York? You should be in China and enjoy life there. Duh...Dope


by: Peter from: USA
July 29, 2014 3:44 PM
It's a good excuse because after all, products from China are questionable in quality, while the Vietnamese counterparts have better chance to last longer, and more reliable. It's about the time spent to finish the products before being brought out out to the market. Quality and quantity can be accomplished if you know what you're doing, even it's hard to combine them both.


by: RPH from Texas from: Dallas
July 29, 2014 3:32 PM
if you know Volvo is owned by Chinese, would you buy one?


by: Bruce Emerton from: USA
July 29, 2014 3:22 PM
We American should do the same here!


by: John from: usa
July 29, 2014 1:46 PM
BOYCOTT PRODUCTS from AGGRESSIVE,BARBARIC.CROOKED RED CHINA IS UNDERSTANDABLE ATTITUDE !,,Bravo!..recently they used expired.spoiled..stink chicken meats in their chains of Mac Donald and Kentucky Fried Chicken in China to serve customers..Scare!


by: Zhong from: New York
July 29, 2014 1:16 PM
Please do not buy any Chinese products. But wait losers, China has 1.3 billion potential customers.


by: Vietnemese American guy from: USA
July 29, 2014 11:14 AM
First, the USA companies should stop shipping U.S.A. jobs to China.
Second, U.S government should improve their tax policies on small companies to encourage them to make more products for their people.
Third, big whole sale/retailers should start reduce their deals with China and eventually stop purchasing any products Made in China for gaining more profits.



by: Ronson Pham from: Virginia Beach, Virginia
July 29, 2014 11:01 AM
I've been doing my part by not to buy product Made in China. However, it's very difficult to find other products made in other countries. Therefore, I'm only reluctant to buy Made in China product or avoid by not to buy it.
I wish Vietnamese will continue to support their country by not to buy products Made in China. Even though, each one of us is climbing the stiff hill, but each and everyone of us try to do it, and we shall achieve our goals. Remember, even Vietnamese people are currently living oversea will support our beloved Vietnam country to fence off aggressive invader Communist of China.


by: art from: Vietnam
July 29, 2014 7:49 AM
With almost 100 mil VN people, let teach china a lesson.
1- STOP buying CHINA products specially at Walmart.
2- STOP traveling to CHINA.
3-STOP flying air CHINA (even via connections)
4- STOP doing business with CHINA
5- STOP teaching or showing CHINA how to make a copy (this is what chinese will come back
and bite you).
6- STOP selling high tech goods to CHINA.
7- STOP spying for CHINA.
8- STOP making friends to CHINA.
9- STOP inviting chinese to your countries (this is where they spy or engage in espionage)
10- STOP watching chinese CCTV channelt will cost china a lot. Let continue
to support VN people.


by: Wpobama from: Uganda
July 29, 2014 4:37 AM
It would be wonderful to boycott "Made in China" products but unfortunately one must be (first) financially better off in order to boy Chinese products because "Made in XXX" are relatively more expensive!!!
But don't give up, everything starts/begins from small. All we need is initial force after than velocity will follow!!!

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