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China was on a national mission to build its economy, and it was tacitly understood that foreigners were to be treated in a manner that would encourage their return and further investment. Mainland China, on the surface at least, seemed law-abiding in a way that other places did not. Though the city streets were full of people, there were none of the accompanying signs of social decay. P1: OTA/XYZ P2: ABC c03 JWBT075/Midler March 29, 2009 13:52 Printer Name: Courier Westford, Westford, MA “All We Need Is Your Sample” Much of it was a managed perception, perhaps, with the government doing whatever it could to make China an attractive destination.
Though there were holidays, meetings were not interrupted by frequent prayer times. The Chinese were traditional, but not fanatical. They did not paint their faces or tattoo or pierce their bodies. Such colorful native 23 P1: OTA/XYZ P2: ABC c03 JWBT075/Midler March 29, 2009 24 13:52 Printer Name: Courier Westford, Westford, MA Poorly Made in China traditions made for interesting tourism, but people on business were not vacationers. Some of this cultural flattening was a conscious attempt by the Chinese to appeal more easily to Westerners and appear more up to date.
Economies that might have competed with China for business did not have their infrastructure situation under control; so while manufacturing in those countries was cheap, the cost of checking the place out could be exorbitant. Business travelers who came to China remarked that their trips cost much less than they imagined. Chinese manufacturers gave importers every reason to get started. They kept the cost of tooling low and provided free assistance with production setup. One client I worked with, an inventor, was about to go to an American engineering company to have a prototype of her product made for $60,000 when a factory in China said that they would do the same work for close to $4,500.