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Brazilian iPad production due in December

9/16/2011 11:32 AM EDT
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_hm
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_hm   9/16/2011 11:28:57 PM
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I look forward for Made in USA iPAD and other Apple products. Why not invest more in USA?

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   9/16/2011 10:52:06 PM
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It depends on who you ask. Protectionism benefits one group of people, free trade benefits a different group of people.

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goafrit   9/16/2011 7:58:46 PM
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The best govt in the developing world. You got to make it in Brazil to sell in Brazil and that is how to create jobs. If not be prepared to pay 78%. Apple said they will not go. But now they went.

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tb1   9/16/2011 5:26:51 PM
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The equation: Chinese iPad cost + tariff (more than) Brazil iPad cost takes into account the higher labor cost in Brazil, at least for sales in Brazil.

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double-o-nothing   9/16/2011 1:54:09 PM
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Brazil appears much higher cost of living and labor than China. Can it make up somehow?

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