A new study finds Americans aren’t the only ones willing to pay more for U.S.-made products. The Chinese are too. The Boston Consulting Group found that 47% of Chinese either “absolutely” or “somewhat” favored U.S.-made options when confronted with a choice between two items of equal price and quality — one domestic, the other Made in the USA.
The study showed Americans are even more enthusiastic about U.S. made goods than the Chinese. Nearly 80% of Americans said they either “absolutely” or “somewhat” favored domestic goods over those made in China and 70% said they have picked U.S.-made goods over Chinese in the last month.
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