The effects of brand origin country and made-in country on consumers’ product evaluations and purchase intention

in Frontiers of Business Research in China
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This research explores the different effects of brand origin country and made-in country on consumers’ product evaluations and purchase intention. It is found that made-in cues have significant impacts on quality evaluation while brand origin cues influence purchase intention more prominently. Product quality is perceived lower when a brand from developed country is manufactured in developing countries, however, this may not affect consumers’ purchase intentions.

The effects of brand origin country and made-in country on consumers’ product evaluations and purchase intention

in Frontiers of Business Research in China

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