"I just don't get what "where it is made" has to do with anything.
Do you find frames made in Europe attractive because they are rare? If that's the case I think Look makes some of its frames in Morocco. African made frames are even more rare."
I agree that some of the best carbon fiber layup comes out of Asia. However for some people, where a product is made matters to them. Just like some people want a custom Bespoke suit made for them by a quality tailor rather than a mass produced suit from Indonesia or India. Just like some people want to buy their produce from a local farmers market rather than a big box grocery store. Another example is those that only want to buy domestic cars and not foreign made cars...etc.
For bikes, the story behind the frame matters. That emotional connection to an artisan frame builder who spent time building your bike because they love doing that job and has been in the family for several generations vs. an underpaid Asian working along on their hundredth frame for the day. For some that matters. For others it doesn't. I will say that for me, the origin of the frame has less to do with things and that qc, engineering, underlying design, technology and material use matter more than just being made in a particular country.
FYI, Look doesn't make their frames in Morocco. They have a factory in Tunisia and make great quality stuff out of that factory.
"Clearly the Dogma & C59 aren't overpriced, or they wouldn't sell. You may think they aren't good value for money."
Just because something does sell doesn't mean it isn't overpriced at the same time. In addition overpriced and not being good value for the money go hand in hand.
overpriced (comparative more overpriced, superlative most overpriced)
Priced higher than what it is really worth.