Suppliers in a capitalist society are entirely dependent on spent. Any curtailing of spent will disrupt the chain of supply and lose a community its local suppliers. This is disastrous especially if the supplier is also a producer of local products. Without them it would mean that you would have to buy imported goods which will not offer the same characteristics of craft produced by and for the local market. Instead of obtaining craft developed out of local needs and conditions and built by local hands, you'd have to buy general designs which do not show such refinements. A loss of diversification always brings a decline and deterioration in design and differentiation and ultimately it's the user which loses out. To maintain local industry and craft specially developed for local conditions, buy products which have been designed and /or manufactured locally. Sometimes it's difficult to ascertain this as mass production overseas is even offering local branding, which confuses the consumer as to the origin of the product, a shrewd and dangerous ploy. If you want to maintain your local suppliers, research who your local manufacturers are and spend your money on products which have been produced here and carry the local mark of distinction, like PaddleYak Kayaks. They are like no other and carry their features with pride. If you are in the market for a kayak, or two, order a PaddleYak Kayak. Ph 0825562520, or email email@example.com or see www.paddleyak.co.za .
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