posted on Sep, 15 2016 @ 12:01 AM
a reply to: peck420
Well, it sounds like the Canadian people just want quality and if that quality comes at a more affordable cost then leveling the field seems to work
against the people and protecting the industry... the industry itself could turn into an importer and supplier knowing the business and having it
already set up on that end anyway and simply cease mining or fetching the resources themselves and become a supply chain instead.
So who would lose the jobs... the miners? No as the gypsum and other materials mined can be and are used in other things.
Quality really counts when it comes to importation and exportation... many times I have purchased things from a Chinese supplier and have had a
failure. After contacting them they would want to offer money back and a replacement very eager to do business... instead I have said no money back is
fine and have told them exactly how to improve the design and what it's flaw was from my engineering background.
China is unwittingly strip mining its own natural resources for very very many materials of inferior quality because the processes are different and
well many of these manufacturers do not know the better processes to be used to actually conserve their resources and cut pollution.
How many screw drivers should one have to buy in a lifetime? If it is made with quality just that one type needed... this is why Americans and likely
others elsewhere have had some issues with imports because things used to last you didn't need to buy several of the exact same thing ever again...
So what does the importation or exportation of things of inferior quality do for anyone in the world? Nothing it may be seen as a profit but at what
expense? Strip mining out all the resources and pollution to where it becomes a place no one can live at all? What good will profit do then after a
country or the world has utterly destroyed it's own habitat?
edit on 15-9-2016 by BigBrotherDarkness because: sp.