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We know where this is leading - recession or worse for a large proportion of the West. Funny how the political appointees are so keen on it, that includes Blair and Brown in the UK just as much as the US where this article is from.

The truth will out, but by the time it does it may be too late.


Political Appointees Re-Write Commerce Department Report On Offshore Outsourcing; Original Analysis Is Missing From Final Version

The Commerce Department has responded to a half-year-old request by Manufacturing and Technology News for the release a long-awaited study on the issue of "offshore outsourcing" of IT service-sector jobs and high-tech industries. But the 12-page document represented by the agency as its final report is not what was written by its analysts. Rather, it was crafted by political appointees at Commerce and at the White House, according to those familiar with it.

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When they no longer have good enough IT people to run their tanks, aircraft or navies then they will be in trouble. Crucial microchips for the F15 are now made in Taiwan and not in the US.

Yes, it is the Chinese that are moving up the food chain, another Big Lie from the economists.

China outpaces US on fabless chip designs


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