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With the on-set of globalization, the stream of goods and services from all over the world has unceasingly enamored the local consumers. As more and more products from other countries and continents enter a particular country, the more buyers enjoy the various selections in the market. Less trade barriers have been implemented so the inflow of imported goods and the outflow of local goods have continuously been done so the products can reach more markets.
From food to apparel to technology to tobacco and alcohol, consumers are being flushed with a myriad of choices from brands coming from all sides of the globe. Take for example, imported beer; there are thousands of brands from all over the world that can be feasted by one local consumer. With the improvement of the shipping industry, the transfer of beer is not anymore a problem for the liquor industry. The more countries open to their neighbors, and the more technology develops, the more brands there can be to choose from and the better quality of such can be enjoyed.
Imported beer may be considered as a competitor to the local beer, but this will also allow the local producers to improve their products to keep their consumers’ loyalty. Somehow, this will be a healthy competition for them — it drives them to make beer in better quality and style, but at a very good price. This is the only way they can outwit the imported beer that are becoming more popular because of the unique taste it offers to the drinkers. Having various imported beer brands in the market is actually good for all — for the beer companies producing those imported beer because it means additional market for their product, for the local beer companies because they will have to improve without sacrificing quality and cost, for the consumers because they will have a good selection of both local and imported beer.
Contrary to many speculators’ views, having imported beer will not actually harm the local market’s industry; but rather, imported beer pushes and drives the local beer industry to be better and to compete through high international standards. Once the local beer companies can become at par with the imported beer, they can actually export their products and have their beer considered as imported beer in other places. This is what real globalization and competition really mean.
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