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11/20/2009 02:00 PM EST
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tfc   11/25/2009 4:22:52 PM
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I forgot to mention that this is great for the West because prices (1/10) will be passed on to consumers! Imagine $50.00 big screen TVs and computers (This is sarcasm).

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Qzz   11/30/2009 3:03:09 PM
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These absolute numbers are deceiving. Can we normalize it to cost of living in these countries?

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gmraj   12/2/2009 4:53:39 AM
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GeniusEE: Hey China/India - if you don't keep your wages down, we'll outsource your jobs to Vietnam and Nigeria This can't be true. Before u say this u need to understand the positive things that are around india and china... like large population, good brains (didnt mean Vietnam and nigerial is poor in it) etc..

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zhgreader   12/3/2009 4:59:57 AM
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-----$15,600 and $22,000 in China? Who get so much? To join the conversation. I unveil my income is about less 800usd per year.

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