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Mexico in 2016: Top Industries Make the Move

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James4000
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James4000   5/17/2017 2:35:12 AM
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I have seen the results of electronics manufacturing outsourcing to Mexico on a local basis in Northern Ohio. It has resulted in thousands of blue collar job losses. The prices of the end product are lower when manufactured in Mexico but to cite the benefits and ignore the job losses is only looking at one side of the outsource issue.

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