how the social environment for mass production of Arduino boards are managed.
Do you mean are the made in sweat shops employing child labor?
At the same time for some reason I think It's impossible, because of institutional reasons, to implement a factory of Arduino in my country.
Well it would help to know which country was your country, you haven't filled in the location in your profile.Assuming it is Brazil, I know things are very restrictive there. In my last job we looked into exporting some electronic equipment into the country. The import duty was three times the sale price of the equipment which made it impossible. What is often done is that "kits" of components and assembled sub boards are shipped in and assembled in that country. This reduces the import duty, but there were also other layers of taxes that practically doubled the cost of the units.Several engineers from my company traveled to Brazil and some of them got robbed at gun point by the police. It is not a popular destination.]
How do you get to know about the exporting taxes?