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Good piece!

A sane voice in times of crisis.

"It is true that some facility closings are directly a result of moving production or services to another country, but as of 2004 this reason accounted for approximately only 1% of job loss across the United States."

I linked this post to help illustrate the connectivity of our shared world economies as we tackle this latest economic storm.

In the end, it is up to regional and condition areas to create guidelines that decrease the effect of trade-induced job reduction, but it is important that areas also definitely emphasize and emphasize the growth and achievements of FDI in increasing overall residing requirements.

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