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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

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Lord

Yes, outsource high paying jobs and create more low paying ones in transportation and personal services and the world will be hunky dory. Is this supposed to be the level of intellectual reasoning today?

angela

I think like the right's ten times a year declaration of complete victory in Iraq, the pro globalization movements Pan glassian rhetoric cuts off the possibility of analysis and reform while setting the stage for disillusion.

In other words the "advocates" of both Iraq and globalization are doing more than the opponents to undermine these things.

la

There isn't any intelluctual reasoning today. We have been taken over by a cult, politically and academically.

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Sitikantha Pattnaik

Nice discussion on offshore outsourcing points. You blog is really informative and it is dragging us to really think about the outsouring benefits. Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

Greet Verellen

I do agree with you. As technology develops, it won't affect the professional relationship but it affects the potentiall offshore outsourcing.

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I am unsure on how politicians will check the growing trend for even small companies to outsource for non-core operations. It robs the local with jobs.

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Certainly there is inherent politics when it comes to labor disputes between the jobless and companies in the US. I am interested to hear or read more stories on how politicians are tackling this one.

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