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Eric Verhulst_Altreonic
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re: China leapfrogs U.S. as No. 2 global car maker
Eric Verhulst_Altreonic   7/27/2012 7:06:50 PM
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If the western countries would curb seriously public spending (actually giving out gifts) and cut taxes on labor and investment, we would have a lot less troubles. Don't blame the Chinese for being competitive, blame our governments for taxing without a real ROI. Actually, they barely invest but promote consumption and don't give a damn that they import debt.

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re: China leapfrogs U.S. as No. 2 global car maker
J. D.   3/27/2009 3:29:07 PM
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"Meanwhile, iSuppli said, the decline in U.S. auto making is being hastened by the outsourcing of a "major portion" of manufacturing of cars for the U.S. market to Canada and Mexico." ... INQUIRY ... when "U.S. Companies" (<= that day) request (U.S. Taxpayer) bailout and (Government) Tax Break ... do "U.S. Companies" then add Jobs in The United States ??? ... Fair & Equal Trade Practices might also help.("Free" Trade ... we see how that is going !!!) :(



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