[SpamCop-List] Re: The chinese own spam
me at privacy.net
Fri Apr 30 17:27:39 EDT 2004
"Tim McGraw" <tmcgraw at spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:409291A4.9000405 at spamcop.net...
| > I've been in at least three major Chinese cities where they sell
| > pirated stuff openly, in the biggest markets where tourists go
| > without fear of being bothered by the police or anyone else.
| > Obviously, it's tolerated, if not encouraged.
| How is it "encouraged"?
| Who are the main beneficiaries of piracy spam?
If not outright promoted there is a tact understanding. Beneficiary the
Chinese government else it would not be permitted.
| > Have you read recently where they are stealing and copying Toyota's
| > automobile designs and stamping out replicas..?
| Honda too...
| "Honda said it had approached Hebei-based Shuanghuan Auto last September
| asking it to stop production of its 'S-RV' after finding that the
| vehicle's dimensions and design were identical to the CR-V's."
| You are assuming the Japanese car makers have a beef... on what basis?
| Both companies also have joint ventures in the China:
| ...Ford and others too...
I my past dealings with Chinese companies we found our products duplicated
and on the US shore before we had the first sample for our review.
We were only able to slow down the process by introducing intentional
defects in the prototypes.
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