How can china sell its product cheap ?

you should know since your occupation is "import-export"

Yes, But raising a question in a public forum to gain knowledge from more experience people..

Things i know, why china sell cheap :

1. Great Transportation System,
2. Larger the manufacturing Industry, the lower the production cost.
3. Chinese salaries are low,
 
Yes, But raising a question in a public forum to gain knowledge from more experience people..

Things i know, why china sell cheap :

1. Great Transportation System,
2. Larger the manufacturing Industry, the lower the production cost.
3. Chinese salaries are low,

Already you know the answer !
 
And one more thing. Chinese people are extremely devoted to their job. You never see someone in Europe that concentrated on work, working 12 hours a day.
Well, when I was in Shenzhen and visited some factories I saw the opposite. More concentrated on smartphone games or wechat maybe, but not on work. And no idea what country in Europe you come from, but in some european countries they are definitely working more concentrated, harder and efficient in a few hours, than a chinese do in 12 hours.
 
And one more thing. Chinese people are extremely devoted to their job. You never see someone in Europe that concentrated on work, working 12 hours a day.
Because they have no other choice, if someone isnt willing to workt 12h shifts 7 days a week, some just replace him and the other will be unemployed. And actually lots of people works in 12h shifts in the EU, especially in the car industry.
 
Beijing tops China's hourly minimum wage list. As of September 28, 2017, Beijing set its minimum wage standard at 18.70 yuan (2.9 US dollars) per hour, the highest in the country.
 
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The exchange rate is lower compared to first world countries which means they can produce more for less.

Add in low living costs (barely able to keep food on the table), with a high density population (over 1 billion people, anyone can be replaced), you have yourself the perfect ingredient for cheaper, faster products on a socio-economical scale when dealing with suppliers the China.

Wages are low because everyone can be replaced. Along with low-value currency, meaning cheaper shit to sell to everyday (first world) idiots.
 
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If dealing with customs was as nigh-on as it is in China, you would see the same kind of price tag in other countries. Considering the fact that trading hubs are now fully ajar, there is little fickle about whether or not the government should let it slide or not.
Capitalism as we see it transposing in China surely is a rare behemoth to behold; One one hand, you have the cheap labor that is not only appreciated but also highly coveted by the common Chinese people, making them easily replaceable as another poster mentioned.
On the other hand, this amphibious creature seeking to dominate the future of the world's economy lies on shaky grounds, as it's unethical and morally reprehensible acts will catch them by their tails and the common folk will revolt in one way or another.
A cardinal rule of life seems to be that all which goes up will eventually have to falter to the ground.
The twiddling with human lives as if they were stock is already leading adjacent folk in factories to speak out, in one way or another, showing increased suicide rates by the masses and decrease in work productivity despite the possibility of that affecting their families livelihood.

This I believe is the prime time to be stocking up on those tie-dye 2$ shirts as prices will surge becouse of a) the latter problem I spoke about b) sellers getting cocky and increasing prices (already happening on aliexpress, alibaba...)
 
This is what happens when you have a seriously under-developed economy and then it gets unshackled: growth by leaps and bounds.

And growth always translates to low prices. This is because during growth periods, the capital structure is more efficiently allocated and thus leads to low costs of production and quality increase.

This won't last forever for various reasons I won't analyze now. But while it does, it's awesome for everyone involved. Locals get out of poverty into the middle class, country gets infrastructure and capital, importers get cheap products. So much win all-around.
 
If dealing with customs was as nigh-on as it is in China, you would see the same kind of price tag in other countries. Considering the fact that trading hubs are now fully ajar, there is little fickle about whether or not the government should let it slide or not.
Capitalism as we see it transposing in China surely is a rare behemoth to behold; One one hand, you have the cheap labor that is not only appreciated but also highly coveted by the common Chinese people, making them easily replaceable as another poster mentioned.
On the other hand, this amphibious creature seeking to dominate the future of the world's economy lies on shaky grounds, as it's unethical and morally reprehensible acts will catch them by their tails and the common folk will revolt in one way or another.
A cardinal rule of life seems to be that all which goes up will eventually have to falter to the ground.
The twiddling with human lives as if they were stock is already leading adjacent folk in factories to speak out, in one way or another, showing increased suicide rates by the masses and decrease in work productivity despite the possibility of that affecting their families livelihood.

This I believe is the prime time to be stocking up on those tie-dye 2$ shirts as prices will surge becouse of a) the latter problem I spoke about b) sellers getting cocky and increasing prices (already happening on aliexpress, alibaba...)

This doesn't really answer the question but since you brought it up... With so many people, what do you with everyone? Competition is on an difficulty EXTREME once they're born. Same goes for India with its massive population.

Sellers are becoming more "cocky" because dropshippers are relying the their platform to source items. If something goes wrong during shipping, they have to fix it even though dropshippers are taking dealing with the customers.
 
This is what happens when you have a seriously under-developed economy and then it gets unshackled: growth by leaps and bounds.

And growth always translates to low prices. This is because during growth periods, the capital structure is more efficiently allocated and thus leads to low costs of production and quality increase.

This won't last forever for various reasons I won't analyze now. But while it does, it's awesome for everyone involved. Locals get out of poverty into the middle class, country gets infrastructure and capital, importers get cheap products. So much win all-around.

What he said.

To answer your Q., basically, you get cheaper products from China because of lower exchange rates and higher competition wanting to do the good ol' busy-ness (business).
 
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