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    #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    Pare! Wait for it!

    CDR-KING Electric 4-door sedan. USB pang recharge.

    CDR-King din yung mga rechargable battery niya, puro AA size.
    haha

    i can already imagine a CDR King electric car



    tatak lang kailangan



    hehehe

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
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    * Memory: DDR2 1GX8
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    Your comments?
    DDR2 1GX8 --> Ano yan? 8 x 1GB modules? Damn! 8GB!

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    #13
    sana mura lang, para pwede ko ibato dito sa mga tao ko pag tatanga-tanga nanaman...

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    #14
    Dapat motto ng CD-R King is...

    "You get what you paid for, cheapskate!"

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    #15
    Quote Originally Posted by shadow View Post
    sana mura lang, para pwede ko ibato dito sa mga tao ko pag tatanga-tanga nanaman...
    Pssst! Bricks are cheaper and just as heavy.


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    #16
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    pag gumawa ng produkto dito mas mataas ang puhunan kesa gumawa ng produkto sa China

    pag gumawa ng sariling produkto ang CDR King dito magiging mahal ang selling price, mas mahal pa kesa sa mga parehong produkto na mabibili nila sa China
    Yeah that's why manufacturing is dead here... Even with duties and taxes its still cheaper overall to import from China lalo na with economies of scale...

    And more importantly SAKIT NG ULO or the lack of it of just straight importation of finished goods... Alam mo naman ang local labor force very spoiled and for businessman a headache...

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by tidus1203 View Post
    Yeah that's why manufacturing is dead here... Even with duties and taxes its still cheaper overall to import from China lalo na with economies of scale...

    And more importantly SAKIT NG ULO or the lack of it of just straight importation of finished goods... Alam mo naman ang local labor force very spoiled and for businessman a headache...
    less headache talaga mag import

    you need less people compared to manufacturing

    more employees = more headache

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    #18
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    less headache talaga mag import

    you need less people compared to manufacturing

    more employees = more headache

    You said it.

    I knew someone who was manufacturing certain items locally until a worker's strike happened. After a couple of weeks, he just declared bankruptcy.

    Later, he started a new company importing the same/similar items he was manufacturing before. All he needed was some cheap warehouse space, a few delivery trucks and a handful of people to operate. Bigger profits, less headaches.

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    #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    Later, he started a new company importing the same/similar items he was manufacturing before. All he needed was some cheap warehouse space, a few delivery trucks and a handful of people to operate. Bigger profits, less headaches.
    yep

    tagal ko na sinasabi -- less headache mag import

    i posted this in April 2008:

    Re: "De-skilling" of college graduates
    http://tsikot.yehey.com/forums/showthread.php?t=49319

    e mas madali mag import e

    kesa sa mag manufacture

    di ka na magtatayo ng factory, mag source ng raw material, bumili ng equipment, mag pasweldo ng maraming tao, katakot takot na business/mayor/barangay/environmental etc etc permit permit na yan,

    mapasok ka pa ng union, dami sakit sa ulo...

    e ang import, kelangan mo lang ng opisina, ilan ***y na staff, warehouse, ilan tao sa warehouse, operator ng forklift, driver ng delivery truck... yan na...

    mas madali ang buhay ng importer

    wala ka gagawin kundi sumagot ng telepono para tumanggap ng order...

    deliver tapos collection...

    maghintay ng dating ng container van...

    Ung mga kilala ko importer halos di na kelangan pumasok sa opisina... puro bilin lang sa sekretarya.

    e kung may ari ka ng pabrika, whole day ang trabaho mo... hands on talaga...

    Araw araw may problema...

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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by uls View Post
    haha

    i can already imagine a CDR King electric car



    tatak lang kailangan



    hehehe
    hmm.. dapat meron yan warranty sticker ha.

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