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QuestionHow can people in the developed world enjoy cheap products and also criticize China for its rapid industrialization? Qin Chuan
Benson Venegas: I think people does not make the linkage between what they're buying and how it's produced. And this consideration is very important. When you don't make that linkage, it's not related to production in China; it's a global dilemma, because people are not making these linkages. If you think at the moment: where do you - the computer that you buy, where did it come from? How is it produced? Is it used in child labor? Is it really destroying the environment? You know all these question doesn't have to do with production. It's because we really have to have that linkage between what we're consuming and what we're producing. And that will really make us more responsible.