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Mexico vs. China on U.S Imports. Why not give Mexico the work (less of a threat)?

There is a lot of talk that China should be the biggest concern for the United States due to their unstoppable growth. Analysts predict that if China keeps up the way it is, they will be the number one super power in the world within the next 30 years. We have people from Mexico, Central and South America entering our country looking for work and nothing else. Since we seem to have a problem with illegal immigration, why not send the factory jobs and call center jobs to Mexico. At least the peole their have a strong religous faith and would most likely not wage war against the US. I think we have to many enemies in the world and I think we should choose our allies carefully. What do you think?

Asked By: SESTATES - 9/25/2007
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The call center jobs to China... More
Answered By: just plain jim - 9/26/2007
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I agree, But WE WILL have to build their infrastructure up. their corrupt government wont allow this presently
Answered By: WHITE FEATHER - 9/25/2007
 
Bla bla bla that's what they said about Japan in the 1980s and where are they now? I'm more concerned with China's 6.5% inflation.
Answered By: truthsfifth - 9/25/2007
 
i agree with what u have to say, but u r 4geting tht there r sum ppl who dont want illegal mexicans in the US. there r NO Chinese coming 2 the US illegally.
Answered By: elle - 9/25/2007
 
I agree. If the citizens of Mexico had good jobs and a government that wasn't so corrupt there would be no need for them to come to the US there by solving a majority of the immigration problem.
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Answered By: Reservoirdog - 9/25/2007
 
Call centers must go to a country like India or the Philippines where english is a major language. Factory jobs are in Mexico but it's not as cheap as China. Most of the items made in Mexico are clothes not toys. There are people entering this country ILLEGALLY from almost every country not just Mexico. People, please... More
Answered By: Stephen I - 9/25/2007
 
The thing about China is that the factories there are using state of art technology & machines but the workers are making about 90 cents an hour or less. That's a very cheap labor not even Mexicans are willing to accept that kind of salary. There are no such things as Over Time Pay and Medical Benefits over there... More
Answered By: JC - 9/25/2007
 
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