As US richclass steals US industry and sends to China, is it for technology upgrade or slave labor exploit?

Do the products improve over there or regress in quality and technology? US richclass stolen industry is relocated for universal progress, or just slave labor? I guess the question is: Does the engraving "Made in China" offer a sense of upgraded, high quality?

Asked By: - 8/25/2011
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Its to get cheap labor. Corporations love it and will do anything for it. The last time Bush opened the border to Mexico and then said on TV "These people are just doing jobs that Americans don't want". See what I mean.
Answered By: musicblue99 - 8/25/2011
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Give me an example to support your socialist rant.
Answered By: jaker - 8/25/2011
technology; Chinese are better at math, but we are better
Answered By: God Fearing Tea Partier - 8/25/2011
If US businesses could afford to produce their products here they would, but with the government, economy, and populace as restrictive as it is to the economic environment, they have little choice. The answer is deregulation, lower taxes. decreased/eliminated minimum wage and a willingness of American workers to work... More
Answered By: Mr. Spiffy - 8/25/2011
Greed.N Gratitude for us making them rich in the first place.
Answered By: THOUSAND YARD STARE - 8/25/2011
Then perhaps it is time to QUIT BUYING FOREIGN PRODUCTS . Leave them on the shelves for a year .
Answered By: magick - 8/25/2011
it is not them who are sending industry to china btw you cant let the word slave go ,can you??..
Answered By: Jamie - 8/25/2011
I checked the dictionary. There is no such word as richclass. Why not give English a try some time?
Answered By: Joe in texas - 8/25/2011
Are you talking about Obama's "Jobs Czar" Jeffery Immelt, also head of GE... More
Answered By: YB Logical - 8/25/2011
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