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Old 02-06-2016, 11:17 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by wnytaxman View Post
And we would have less American jobs!
Are there not foreign manufacturing plants in the the United States?
I would be more worried about company's that are American owned that do off shore manufacturing.
At least we won't expect to see RV's manufactured oversees as the size and weight won't make it feasible.
But can we just imagine how nice a foreign built RV would be?
Quality wise that is.
I was a GM fan for many years. Than GM dropped the ball and I could no longer justify buying from them when the few years the quality was gone. Now I do believe the quality is back however I am a foreign Auto fan. Why? Because there quality never faltered in my many years driving them. At least for me that is.
The industries have themselves to blame when people start buying foreign.
And about losing jobs! Every time we go to a SELF SERVE somebody has lost there job! And we allow this. I am not an American but have visited you country many times and the problems with job lose is a North American problem not just a US problem.
Sad but true.

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Old 02-07-2016, 10:27 AM   #58
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These days of international companies there is not much chance of off shore manufacturing. Now it is a matter of international trade.

Now if you are talking about having to produce the goods used in the country within the country you are talking about something else.

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