This is a good question.
Marco Marandiz
21

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.

One clap, two clap, three clap, forty?

By clapping more or less, you can signal to us which stories really stand out.