This is a good question.
Marco Marandiz

Yeah, I understand. In my opinion, there are some places (like Brazil) where some people have to be crazy enough to actually lose some money, to “cut” the membrane and allow for a new kind of economy, where some products can overcome the protectionism to, at some degree, be able to outwork an imported product at a regional level.

Meaning, ok a product made in SF, manufactured in Shenzen and sold in Brasília shouldn’t be a best catch then a product made in São Paulo, manufactured in Shenzen and sold in Brasília, IF we consider our taxes to imported products.

Courage is everything.