Boycott Chicoms: Chinese-owned manufacturers/companies in America

Chicoms lied, people died.

Time to take action against China. Hit ’em where is hurt$.

Last summer I quit shopping at WalMart because 1) of their relationship with China and 2) their stance on open carry. They are a private company and can make their own business decisions as they see fit. Just as I can choose not to shop there.

We all have an opportunity to make a choice now: Do we support America or do we support the Chicoms and their companies?

Here’s a list of Chinese owned-companies that operate in America. I’m sure there are plenty more – feel free to let us know about them in the comments!

Smithfield Foods

From Wikipedia:

“Smithfield Foods, Inc., is a meat-processing company based in Smithfield, Virginia, in the United States, and a wholly owned subsidiary of WH Group of China. Founded in 1936 as the Smithfield Packing Company by Joseph W. Luter and his son, the company is the largest pig and pork producer in the world. In addition to owning over 500 farms in the US, Smithfield contracts with another 2,000 independent farms around the country to grow Smithfield’s pigs.

GE Appliances

From Wikipedia:

“GE Appliances is an appliance manufacturer based in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It is majority owned by Haier. It is one of the largest appliance brands in the United States and manufactures appliances under a house of brands which include: GE, GE Profile, Café, Monogram, Haier and Hotpoint. On June 6, 2016, Haier & KKR acquired GE Appliances for $5.6 billion. Under the terms of the sale Haier would have the right to use the GE brand name until 2056.”

Haier Group Corporation is a multinational home appliances and consumer electronics company headquartered in Qingdao, China. It designs, develops, manufactures and sells products including refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines, microwave ovens, mobile phones, computers, and televisions. The home appliances business, namely Haier Smart Home, has seven global brands – Haier, Casarte, Leader, GE Appliances, Fisher & Paykel, Aqua and Candy.”

AMC Theatres

From Wikipedia:

“AMC Theatres (originally an abbreviation for American Multi-Cinema; often referred to simply as AMC and known in some countries as AMC Cinemas or AMC Multi-Cinemas) is an American movie theater chain headquartered in Leawood, Kansas, and is the largest movie theater chain in the world. Wanda Group owns a 38% share in AMC. Wanda Group is a Chinese multinational conglomerate based in Beijing. It is a private property developer and owner of Wanda Cinemas and the Hoyts Group, as well as a majority shareholder of AMC Theatres.”

Motorola

From Wikipedia:

“Motorola Mobility LLC, marketed as simply Motorola, is an American consumer electronics and telecommunications subsidiary company owned by Chinese technology firm Lenovo. The company primarily manufactures smartphones and other mobile devices running the Android operating system developed by Google.”

There’s a lot more companies that the Chicoms have been acquiring. See more here.

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Dr. Eowyn
Admin
1 month ago

Thank you for this list, DCG.
AMC Theaters is owned by the ChiComms! Add to that the Chinese box office, it’s no wonder Hollywood is so gung-ho about China.

Whisperin Pints
Whisperin Pints
1 month ago

I own a GE toaster oven, Haier chest freezer, and a Motorola cell phone. They distinguish me from most homeless people as they are considered luxuries. Although I like ham (most brands) it is a rarity on my budget.
I support the idea of boycotting China-owned companies, but my options are always dependent on my budget. As a senior citizen on a fixed income, that is my reality.

Russell R. Metzger
Russell R. Metzger
1 month ago

excuses are like A-holes, everyone got one. Just like the Nazis at Nuremberg. The solution is not to buy one more thing from a Chinese company, not to throw away what you already have.

Whisperin Pints
Whisperin Pints
1 month ago

Opinions are like a__holes, and you represent both.

MarkyMark
MarkyMark
1 month ago

Here’s another company you can add to the list: Continental aircraft engines. For general aviation piston powered aircraft (e.g. Cessnas, Pipers, etc.), we HAD two engine makers: Lycoming and Continental. Continental is now owned by the Chinese, which leaves Lycoming as the only American owned manufacturer of reciprocating aircraft engines. When you go through Continental’s website, there’s no mention of Chicom ownership in the “About Us” section. In the “History” section, it just mentions that “Technify Motors USA, a subsidiary of AVIC International”, bought Continental in 2011. Only when you dig deeper (i.e. look up Technify and AVIC), do you… Read more »

TrailDust
Admin
1 month ago

DCG, your research absolo=utely shocked me. I had no idea that some of these companies were owned by the Chicoms! Thank you!

Jraw
Jraw
29 days ago

Add VOLVO and POLESTAR vehicles- owned by Geely, a Chicom company

jake
jake
28 days ago

I will not longer give chinese owned businesses my patronage. That country and its people have been nothing but trouble to the United States. Their government created this virus delibratly to harm those refusing communism. It is time that manufacturing jobs return to the United States and are taken away from China. They steal from us and are nothing but liars. They steal people’s pattens and mass produce that product at 1/4 the cost and ship it to Walmart stores all over the US. The original patten owner is screwed over. Those people are brainwashed into not questioning the government.… Read more »

CalGirl
CalGirl
28 days ago

Thanks for this! I’ve been disappointed about Smithfield for the last few years since they sold out to the Chinese and do not buy our traditional Virginia holiday fare from them anymore. My husband grew up nr. Smithfield & it was a part of his family celebrations that we continued to have shipped to us across country until the Chinese bought it. (If they can put poisonous ingredients into our dog and cat foods…to cut corners, .as they DID abt a decade ago, then why would I trust them with MY FOOD?) I also knew about Motorola…one of the earliest… Read more »