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Old 12-19-2012, 06:48 PM   #71
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I am here in Western NY just about 10 miles from the Made in the USA store and find myself in a rather unique position. I'm the managing partner in a small local CPA firm. Our business has grown quite well over the last few years because of the influx of Canadian companies coming into our area. Many of my manufacturing clients are doing well because we can produce certain goods and services cheaper than they can be produced in Canada.

I'm a big proponent of buying North American as I see both of our nations in this thing together and still helping each other out going forward.

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Old 12-19-2012, 09:54 PM   #72
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This discussion sounds oddly familiar. During the 1950-1970's period buying Japanese goods equated to buying China junk today. Skip forward to today and Japanese goods are nearly equal to, or higher than U.S.A. made products. Is that an indication of the direction of the U.S.A. economy?

wnytaxman. I have the same view. I have forgotten which President recommended a Western Hemisphere economy, North America and South America. I thought it sounded like a good idea when I read about it in high school history class.

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