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Is made-in-China a second class?

I worked in a UK artificial grass company as the office manager importing artificial grass from China.

Last year I set up my own artificial hedge company also importing from China.

Recently, I came cross few people, who have some opinions about Chinese artificial grass.

"NO, NO NO, we don't buy from China, 100% Europe grass." one said.

"Our grass is purely made in UK, they are much better than the Chinese grass." said another.

One even posted on Facebook stating his opinion. 


I spoke to many Chinese artificial grass manufacturers, and there are seemingly many untold truth. 

Is made-in-china a second class?

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  • I reckon Chinese goods are the same as European goods........ you get good ones and you get bad ones. I would say that the majority of goods produced in China are produced to the quality standard requested from the European importer.......... if we get a poor product, I'd guess its due to the importer setting the spec to a low standard rather than the Chinese deliberately producing an inferior product.  

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