Author: sunnylin01

Is it ok to charge foreigners more than locals?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-5-3 18:12:38 |Display all floors
Yeah,that's Chinese people ,Chinese seller .

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Post time 2014-5-4 15:57:40 |Display all floors
maybe

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Post time 2014-5-4 16:05:43 |Display all floors
greendragon Post time: 2013-11-15 15:01
........foreigner leaves with a BAD IMPRESSION on China people.....

that's all

Totally agree it is very unethical to charge two different prices for the same product based on a persons nationality. It is flagrant discrimination and makes China look like a very disrespectful country

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Post time 2014-5-4 16:09:09 |Display all floors
This post was edited by vf84tcat at 2014-5-5 00:30
sunnylin01 Post time: 2013-11-15 15:22
It’s fair enough that visitors pay a little more, as long as the charge is reasonable and not way ...

It is not fair that a foreigner should have to pay more why would you say that? You charge for the product not the person's nationality or ethnicity. That is very unethical and makes China look bad

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Post time 2014-5-5 00:38:58 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2014-5-4 19:14
When I was touring China as a backpacker in the 1990s, many high-rated tourist destinations cate ...

The first time I went to the Great Wall a woman vendor attempted to charge me $157 for a coffee cup. I immediately rejected her attempt and turned to walk away. She came running after me rabidly lowering the price in leaps and bounds until she finally meekly asked for just $1.

This along with other things I had witnessed showed me China for all its purported “development” was still a country with a poverty mentality

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