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Old 03-19-2009, 06:40 PM
 
Location: The world, where will fate take me this time?
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I wanted to share the good news with you people, actions like this combined with a tougher stance on illegal alien employeers NOB is what will finally end this problem.

Zacatecas, a rural state known mainly for being a major source of migrants to the United States, has attracted few aerospace companies.

The state is located amid three of the biggest aerospace clusters: Chihuahua City, Monterrey and Querétaro.
That makes it an ideal location for suppliers, Rider said.

The new plant in the central Mexican state of Zacatecas will employ about 1,000 workers, said Edgar Trujillo, a spokesman for the Everest Group, a consulting company that brought the company to Mexico. He said Triumph will formally announce the project Wednesday at an aerospace forum expected to be attended by the Zacatecas state governor. Officials did not say when the plant would open.

Aerospace supplier to add Mexico plant
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Old 03-19-2009, 09:20 PM
 
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Exports then and now - discussion of changes in U.S. agriculture exports since 1953 | AgExporter | Find Articles at BNET



In 1955, more than half of U.S. ag exports went to Europe, mainly Western Europe. However, U.S. opportunities in those markets were limited first by post-war recovery in European farm production, and later by formation of the Common Market and Common Agricultural Policy, with its financial supports and import barriers. Meanwhile, strong economic gains, rising incomes and changing tastes shifted the export action to Asian markets. In 1979, Asia surpassed Western Europe as the leading regional market for U.S. ag exports. Today, exports to both Asia and the Americas are about 2 1/2 times our sales to all of Europe, including Russia. Canada and Mexico account for 75-80% of U.S. ag exports within our own hemisphere.

This is what I habe been talking about the europeans, they form a common market putting tariffs to american products after america built them from ashes Now who do you think? american farmers with illegal labor sell to? 21% of all their exports to? mmm what a coincedence huh?

"To me europe has been in a commercial war with america for a while Now" and Mexico our neighbor has done everything it has been ask of, which is grow and consume american
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Old 03-19-2009, 09:23 PM
 
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Now lets remember Mexico is 4 times bigger in population then canada so Mexicos per capita $112 compare to canadas per capita $375 shows that Mexican consumption could grow to be americas biggest consumer.

farmers vote for amnesty thats for sure with mexican labor.
if it wasnt for mexican consumers back home, americans would have to sell their products more cheaper to win territory outside america
making more difficult to make profits or main the farming industy alive.
but oh well I am the one only seeing the bigger picture here.

but yet again we give loans to solve problems in taiwan, georgia, somolia, europe, korea etc etc..
but yet the taxpayers are angry at poor mexico.
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Old 03-19-2009, 09:59 PM
 
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We give around 12 billion dollars a year to Mexico via wires aka remittances. That should be more than enough welfare from America. It's a shame that the Trump deal went sour as that looked very promising before the housing collapse. If Mexico would invest some capital into it's own tech industry there could be an untold amount of jobs for people fleeing. My Company invests millions each year in communications S of the border and we haven't seen any match of funds coming from any Company there.
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Old 03-19-2009, 10:56 PM
 
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We give around 12 billion dollars a year to Mexico via wires aka remittances. That should be more than enough welfare from America. It's a shame that the Trump deal went sour as that looked very promising before the housing collapse. If Mexico would invest some capital into it's own tech industry there could be an untold amount of jobs for people fleeing. My Company invests millions each year in communications S of the border and we haven't seen any match of funds coming from any Company there.
This is true, makes you wonder why there are few mexican entrepreneurs, besides those dinosaur millionaires, it might be because of overregulation. monopolies, it'd be interesting to find the cause.

more startups in this country would do very good, I have a friend who started a coral breeding business, that's gonna be big!

My job is very high tech too, although I'm self employed, and keeping this business up and running is a constant struggle, the pay isn't that very good, but I get to legally work around the world, and opposed to illegal immigrants, my job gives Mexico a very good name

Even though I don't have employees, I'm constantly training people who want to be a part of this business.

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