I believe that most of Campagnolo products are assembled in Italy but I can't be sure about the sub-assembly and spare parts. Campy is still very slow when it comes to delivery orders and it can be a sign that it's still Italian. I don't care where it came from as long as it works as it should be without high failures.
Do you work in the bike industry? I see you're located in asia, just a guess on my part.
You're certainly right about campy being slow, I waited a long time for the chain (new 2004 record) to come and it was months after initially promised. I waited for a record carbon crank last year just as long... but you know, taiwan is slow too! Look at all those FSA backorded cranks. I just got my American Classic ISIS BB (made in taiwan) a couple days ago. It took a few months. Can't wait to put it on the bike actually, but I don't have the tool!! LOL. Hopefully that isn't backordered!
When it comes down to it I think it's worth the wait for quality, inexpensive parts. Although, as was pointed out earlier, it's a political thing.. tell me, are you willing to pay considerably more for parts built here with the same quality? I think that's the hard question, the political question, why all this outsourcing to Asia (or India for that matter! .. although not bike parts).
Well, to answer my own question, I think it's worth paying more for a (made in the USA) Moots or litespeed .. but in the end, it's foreign parts that will go on the beast!