Simmer down there, Grand Wizard NMorePoloGuy. This isn't about Asians not being aware that Westerners are taller and require more shirt, this is about holding prices. Asian manufacturers have been trimming more and more inches off the tails of polo-style, button-down and even t-shirts for the better part of 10 years now. This is so they can continue to charge the same for the shirt despite the rising cost of cotton and other fabrics. The same is true for candybars. Confectioners for years have been offering smaller bars than they did in the 80's and 90's and again, it's either to hold prices or prevent huge price increases. It's technically still a price increase because you are getting less for the same price.
The link above is to the Duluth Trading Company. They're a workingman's L.L.Bean. I'm not sure if their shirts are made in the USA or not but, they offer long-tail cuts on polos and t-shirts. Problem solved and you can thank me later.