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Brazil's Path to Hardware Manufacturing at Home

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Ariella
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Re: seems like
Ariella   9/1/2014 6:53:09 PM
NO RATINGS

"If the national competitive advantage and zero-barrier trade theory was correct, then the US should be in a strong rather than a precarious economic state by now, considering how many barriers have been lowered (enough to allow most of the manufacturing jobs to leave the US)."


@Rich and the same holds true for Canada, according to Nigel Southway who says that it, like the US, lost the plot in pursuing global supply chains.

prabhakar_deosthali
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Such policies should be encouraged
prabhakar_deosthali   8/31/2014 2:29:30 AM
NO RATINGS

Whether this particular policy decision of Brazil govt is correct or not , I do not know. But the attempts by the developing contries to become self reliant in technology development, manufacturing , R & D should be encouraged by the developed nations by providing active partipation , knowhow transfer and helping to set up manufacturing bases.

This will overall benefit the world economy



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