I have no problem with a KTM built in China from a quality control standpoint. (I'm not sure the people at KTM Austria are exactly experts in it themselves, from what I've seen.) But I wouldn't have bought my 790 if it had been made there. Sometimes it's hard to avoid buying from China - the Macbook I'm typing this out on is a case in point - but as a general rule, because they're very anti-democratic, very anti-free speech, have a horrible human rights record, etc - I'd prefer not to send them more money.
No government around the world is perfect, and globalization has made very blurry lines out of determining where something is truly "made", but it still matters to me and I'd rather support manufacturing in democratic countries where possible.