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Do U.S. Multinational Have a Duty to Balance America's Competitiveness with Their Own? Please Vote!

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Harry Moser, founder of Reshoring Initiative is courageously engaged in a debate on the titled: Offshoring & outsourcing: Do multinational corporations have a duty to maintain a strong presence in their home countries? Moser's opponent argues that: Competitiveness is hardly likely to be undermined by MNCs investing abroad. Since 1997 with MNC's able to defer paying U.S. Income tax on overseas earnings MNCs investing abroad has undermined America's competitiveness, perhaps more than any other single factor. Al-qaeda's central aim in its war on the U.S. is to bleed America to the point of bankruptcy. If you view offshoring and Outsourcing as weapons of economic destruction aimed at America, please vote yes in the debate that U.S. multinational still have the duty to maintain a strong presence in America. Thank you

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Mr. Moser mentioned Ricardian comparative advantag... by Hugh Campbell on Thursday, Jan 31, 2013 at 9:19:04 AM
The idiocy of American companies sending jobs to I... by judith woodard on Friday, Feb 1, 2013 at 9:03:33 AM