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Tuesday, April 20, 2004

States Tackle Outsourcing Via Foxnews

Many states in the US are moving to ensure that more workers and businesses are homegrown thereby putting brakes on outsourcingLisa Langsdorf pointed out this link to me. My views are as under:
A wave of protectionism is evident in the USA .The USA continues to subsidise its farmers, depressing the price of commodities for Third World exporters, and this has held up the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas. Is neo-protectionism a serious threat for global trade for countries like India? I suspect not.But do not interpret this as a fundamental change in American attitudes to trade. The election will pass, the job crisis is fading, and the rhetoric will change. The current outsourcing companies based out of India are not concerned - they point out that state contracts are less than 1% of their business. They are also hopeful that post elections these things would change.
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