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What Politicians Don't Know About Outsourcing

RWC_Novi Wrote: Jul 19, 2012 5:30 PM
It is unfortunate that, too many, people don't realize that 'outsourcing' simply means that the work is not being done 'in-house'; it does not automatically mean 'off-shoring'. It could be as simple as hiring the kid down the block to cut my grass to buying produce from the farm across the street when I could have cut my own grass or grown my own vegetables. Since I know of no one who has produced every slightest thing that they consume/use, that would make all of us out-sourcers!
It's a familiar story: A manufacturing company finds its wages too high, looks for ways to cut costs and ends up moving production overseas where the pastures are greener. It happened when some American jobs were outsourced to China. Now it's happening again -- with Chinese jobs fleeing to America.

This trend, known as "reshoring," has created some 10,000 positions in the United States in the past two years. It's driven partly -- believe it or not -- by the rising cost of Chinese labor. And it's only going to expand.

India has the same problem as China. Once the world capital of...