I see the difference in Tanzania. I can't trust what's on the label. I have to look in a package to see if it looks new. Chinese patent infringement abounds. I pay extra if I can trust my source. I pay with failed product when I guess wrong and the Chinese knockoff fails. It in one thing that keeps Tanzania poor. Rule of Law is also a matter of trust. Yesterday I heard of a taxi-motorcycle accident where the biker fled on foot, abandoning the bike. It wasn't his. He could not trust that he would be treated according to Law. Post-Christian America is living on borrowed moral heritage. Tanzania lacks that heritage. Perhaps it will develop as America abandons it and declines to current Tanzanian standards.
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