Chinese clothing becomes Made-in-Vietnam products for export

In Hanoi, along the streets of Hang Dau, Chua Boc, Ton Duc Thang, Bach Mai, Ngoc Lam, Hai Ba Trung, etc. have a series of shops selling “Made in Vietnam” garment products, meaning products for exports. These products have labels of famous brands like Zara, Mango, H&M, F21; but their prices are less than half of Zara, Mango, H&M, F21 products selling in luxurious shops or in shopping centers like Parkson and Vincom.

The owner of a “Made in Vietnam” shop on Chua Boc Street said, these clothes are “genuine” of Zara, Mango, H&M, etc. which are produced in Vietnam but are sold much cheaper than similar products on these firms’ websites or overseas shops. The reason is that these products have small errors so they are not exported.

Actually, “Made in Vietnam” products look quite similarly to “genuine” products of Mango, Zara, F21, H & M, etc. The designs are also updated. Even the genuine products do not have diverse designs as faked products. Some designs are mixed between the designs of both Mango and H&M, etc. Read more
Courtesy : english.vietnamnet.vn

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