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03/14/2009

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Happy Mutant

Gostei muito deste artigo. Obrigada.

Zak Klemmer, ACS, ALB

[this is good]


I don’t speak or read Portuguese so you will have to translate it for me in English.

Happy Mutant

hehehhe Zak, if u need help, click on F1 ...

lol


i said that a apreciated the article, dear.


hugs

SmokeyC4

[this is good]

My great friend.


             I would personally be honored to attend the event for your very well respected friend.


If this event had taken place 3 months ago I would have flown out to attend this very respectful event.


But at this time I cant afford to make this trip which I already regret.


Please send my gratitude and well wishes.


I think I would have been even more happy to have met you.


With many blessings


                        Coyote Lee


 


 


 

Zak Klemmer, ACS, ALB

Thanks! Muito obrigado!

Rosemead Herald

Interesting article.  I wonder about the writer's definition of protectionism.  The positive aspects of the global economy may be trumped by the reality that America is moving to a non producing nation. 

Furthermore, the tax advantages of moving all jobs out of America seems to be driving force in outsourcing productive capacity.  This strategy may be sound in the short term. 

But, the long term repercussions of outsources productive capacity, R/D, and management functions may be more negative than positive for America.  Time will tell.   

Zak Klemmer, ACS, ALB



It's precisely our tax and environmental laws that accelerated out sourcing out of the USA.


Rosemead Herald

Zak - You make a good point.  And, our employment laws, Affirmative Action, hiring quotas, and workplace litigation are also driving forces in out sourcing.   

Maureen Kirk-Detberner

[this is good] Good to hear from you Zak.  I'm on economic information overload and have even stopped listening to NPR.  I need a break from all the crazy stuff.

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