If a buyer says, “You get what you pay for, and I don’t want inferior foreign goods,” what would you say to convince her that your products are of equal quality to those made in the United States?

Consider that you are selling a line of toys that, because they are made overseas where labor costs are far lower, can be sold using a low-price strategy. If a buyer raises a price-based objection, what would you say to convince him that your price is appropriate? What closing strategy might you use here?Consider the same scenario as in question 1–that you are selling a line of toys that, because they are made overseas where labor costs are far lower, can be sold using a low-price strategy. If a buyer says, “You get what you pay for, and I don’t want inferior foreign goods,” what would you say to convince her that your products are of equal quality to those made in the United States?