One of the most popular questions people ask is why are they still buying products from GE, after the company’s merger with Dow Chemical.
The company had agreed to sell a minority stake to Dow in January, which was widely seen as a victory for consumers and consumers’ trust in the company.
But some critics say that deal also gave Dow greater control over the chemical industry.
While the deal will still be subject to a shareholder referendum, some companies have been taking steps to stop buying products made by GE from being sold in the United States.
“In my view, it is wrong for GE to continue to be able to produce the products of their choosing, and I think that they should cease making products in this country and sell them in Europe and other places,” Senator Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat from Connecticut, said in a statement.
The deal with Dow will have a similar impact as the one GE agreed to make in the merger, Blumenthal said.
While many consumers were happy with the deal, many other consumers also questioned why the company would continue to make the same products made in China, a country that is under intense scrutiny over its pollution.
Many of the chemicals manufactured by GE are manufactured in China.
At least one consumer group has also complained about the Chinese government’s strict regulation of the country’s chemicals.
In a recent statement, GE said that the move would not impact GE’s sales of products made and sold in China and the U.S. GE also said that its sales of these products in China would not be affected by the deal.