What do you know about goods made in Korea being covered with stickers saying Made in China?
Friends and I buy little household goodies from a local DOLLAR STORE. Recently we have found there were Made in China stickers stickers pasted over orginally printed Made in Korea identification. The products vary (i. e., gloves, toys, office products, glassware, etc.). What could possibly be the reason for this.
It could be the product (not the one you bought, but the very first time the company start to produce) was originally made in Korea. As the manufacturing cost is lower in China, the company start to ask Chinese factories to produce the product. However, the Chinese factory copy everything on the packing label, even the wording of “Made in Korea.” When the company imported these discovered the mistake, it was too late. Instead of remaking the packing labels, they simply put on the stickers to correctly identify that the product is now “Made in China.”
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