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Nations that are associated with qualityyyyy :-)

India.. for sure..( as Liveankit is Indian Product :-)....Kiddin... We need to improve a lot in quality.. though we are better than our closest peer CHINA....

The few nations are just too good with quality... Rediff has again shared a great piece of information...

1. Japan

Japan is considered the industrial power house of the world, is ranked No. 1 for quality products.

Japan has emerged has the best coutry for manufacturing high quality products, in a survey conducted by FutureBrand, a leading global brand consultancy.

Japan mainly exports machinery, electronic appliances, cars, foodstuff and chemicals.

2. United States


United States comes second in the list of countries offering best quality products. The US's main exports are computers, electrical machinery, vehicles, chemical products, military equipment, aircraft, agricultural products, gold, transistors, vehicle parts, telecommunications equipment.


3. Germany


Country-branded products greatly leverage pre-existing perceptions of the country to increase awareness, create an image and influence opinions of the quality, the report points out.

Germany is ranked third when it comes to offering best quality products.

Germany's main exports include vehicles, chemicals, metals, foodstuff, consumer electronics, machinery, textiles and beer.

4. France


The stronger a country brand, the more advantaged its products are in terms of increased preference, price and loyalty.

France comes fourth in the list of countries offering best quality products.

France's main exports are machinery and transport equipment, agricultural products, aircraft, plastics, pharmaceuticals, iron, steel, consumer products, petroleum and cars & vehicles.

France is the second largest exporter in the world of farm products. It is also famous for cheese, wine, and wheat.


5. Italy


Italy is ranked fifth among countries offering best quality products.

Italy's major exports are precision machinery, motor vehicles, motorcycles, scooters, chemicals and electric goods, clothes and wine.


Followed by Switzerland, Canada, Sweden and UK




Comments

M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
Sir aapne INDIA ka no. to likha hi nahi atleast bata to deta hamara no. bhi :)
CHina ka maal tabhi to yaha bhi pitata hai jaha sare jugaar chalte hai :)

But still round of applaud for JAPAN AND US

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