I don’t know. But I think I have a pretty good guess. One is that a country can make a product more affordable than it would be in the U.S. If someone were to buy something in the U.S. and it cost more, they’d also have the resources to afford the thing they’re buying. They could also afford to have a cheaper product, or one with a nicer finish, or one that required less maintenance.
A country that is poorer and doesn’t have more money to spend can still make a product less expensive than it would be in the U.S. In the same way, many countries can make a product more complicated and take longer to do the same job. In the U.S. we have a lot of people who want to make this exact same product, but don’t have the resources to do so.
If you’ve ever played a game where you work to build a set of complicated puzzles, you might have noticed that it’s a lot easier to make the puzzles more complicated than it is to make them less complicated.
I think that this is because the complexity is created by creating things that are more complicated than they need to be and then testing how well the game actually performs and finds success.
As a result, we can make products that are cheaper, without having to build as many or more components. In fact, we can make some products that have the same components as a product that is produced in a country that is not as technologically advanced.
The most important thing to remember is that we can’t make a product that is cheap and easy to make in one country. It’s not a good idea to create a product in another country because it may not be the best product for the country you are in.
We try to make our products more economical by making them cheaper and easier. This is like using a button to create an iPhone or Android app (if the app is running you can create an app with the app you have installed in the US and take it home).
If you can make it more cheap to make it cheaper, then make it more easy to make. The more you make the cheaper the better the product you make.
The main way that makes a product more economical is to not make it a lot of work to produce. We see this in how we take the iPhone to the field to test it out because it was expensive to make the iPhone, but if it was a lot cheaper to test it out, then it would have been much easier to put it on the field to test it out.