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Oft-quoted axiom 'Funeral by funeral, theory advances' applies here

South Bend Tribune 14 Aug 2022
In 1970, Paul Samuelson became the first American awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences ... True that ... That’s not so much a partisan statement as a simple fact of life ... Because, under free market globalism, American semiconductor companies invested billions in cheap-labor, offshore manufacturing facilities to virtually abandon the U.S ... 8.
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Farm and Food: ‘Funeral by funeral, theory advances’

Lincoln Journal Star 13 Aug 2022
In 1970, Paul Samuelson became the first American awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences ... True that ... Both jabs still sting today ... People are also reading… ... Because, under free market globalism, American semiconductor companies invested billions in cheap-labor, offshore manufacturing facilities to virtually abandon the U.S ... 8 ... .
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Alan Guebert: 'Funeral by funeral, theory advances'

Hastings Tribune 13 Aug 2022
In 1970, Paul Samuelson became the first American awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences ... True that ... That’s not so much a partisan statement as a simple fact of life ... Because, under free market globalism, American semiconductor companies invested billions in cheap-labor, offshore manufacturing facilities to virtually abandon the U.S ... 8 ... .
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Markets can't regulate themselves: Alan Guebert

Aberdeen News 12 Aug 2022
In 1970, Paul Samuelson became the first American awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences ... True that ... Both jabs sting yet today ... The last several weeks confirm it, again ... Because, under free market globalism, American semiconductor companies invested billions in cheap-labor, offshore manufacturing facilities to virtually abandon the U.S.
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Energy ministers’ reforms to Australia’s electricity market could be path to a carbon price, experts say

The Observer 11 Aug 2022
Australia’s main electricity market will prioritise cutting emissions as part of its objectives for the first time since its creation a quarter of a century ago, a shift that could set up conditions for a carbon price, experts said ... ‘World-class energy potential’. Labor announces plans for six offshore windfarms. Read more ... Show ... Photograph ... Read more ... .
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$22.9 million grant awarded to expand offshore wind workforce

Longview News-Journal 07 Aug 2022
Larry Hogan Wednesday joined federal officials at Tradepoint Atlantic to announce the awarding of a $22.9 million American Rescue Plan Good Jobs Challenge grant for the Maryland Department of Labor to implement a new apprenticeship model to support the region’s growing offshore wind industry.
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Informer: Hybrid, electric vehicles will soon pay road fee

American Press 07 Aug 2022
How will this be addressed? ... Gov ... Many of the companies that embraced offshoring — cutting costs by shifting manufacturing to countries with cheaper labor — have been encouraged by tariffs and pandemic supply chain disruption to bring production back to their home country, in a trend known as “onshoring” or “reshoring.”. U.S ... •.
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How America’s economy was destroyed

Free West Media 06 Aug 2022
Both countries with their large under-utilized labor forces opened themselves to foreign investment. This sped the era of “globalism” or jobs offshoring ... One study by a Dartmouth academic, Matthew J Slaughter, concluded that offshoring American jobs, that is, by giving them to foreigners, created twice as many US domestic jobs as jobs for foreigners.
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Rhode Island training program to support offshore wind sector

Longview News-Journal 04 Aug 2022
(The Center Square) – Rhode Island residents seeking employment in offshore wind will benefit from a new training program ... Dan McKee, along with labor and higher ... Revolution Wind is the name of Orsted and Eversource’s offshore wind project encompassing Rhode Island and Connecticut.
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How America’s Economy Was Destroyed, by Paul Craig Roberts

The Unz Review 03 Aug 2022
Both countries with their large under-utilized labor forces opened themselves to foreign investment. This sped the era of “globalism” or jobs offshoring ... One study by a Dartmouth academic, Matthew J Slaughter, concluded that offshoring American jobs, that is, by giving them to foreigners, created twice as many US domestic jobs as jobs for foreigners.
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US Takes Back Technological Dominance With the CHIPS Act

The Roseburg News-Review 03 Aug 2022
With an eye to keeping the country’s technological edge over superpower rival China, the U.S. Senate has passed a long-awaited CHIPS Act ... are directly dependent on government funding ... For decades, America’s chip industry epitomized the tenets of neoliberal globalization, as firms offshored production to reduce labor costs and increase profitability.
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States in Northeast and West have greatest labor productivity

News-Press Now 30 Jul 2022
is headed toward recession, one of the many concerning signals is a sharp decline in labor productivity ... Sectors like manufacturing have improved their productivity through automation and by offshoring jobs to less expensive labor markets ... Missouri ranks at 37, with $69.95 labor productivity which amounts to about $291 billion in value-added output.
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Will American Medical Science Follow the American Economy on the Road to Destruction?

GlobalResearch 28 Jul 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to our Telegram Channel. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles ... America is a market for goods produced offshore with foreign labor that US global corporations sell to Americans ... McCullough. See this ... Dr.
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What’s in the “game changer” climate bill nobody saw coming

Vox 28 Jul 2022
... of Interior to expand offshore oil offerings ... In an interview before the deal was announced, Jason Walsh, executive director of the environment- and labor-focused BlueGreen Alliance, noted why the domestic manufacturing for batteries, solar, and offshore wind is so important.
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New York ranks first in labor productivity among states

AM New York 27 Jul 2022
states in labor productivity ... The data found that labor productivity in New ... Some industries like technology improved their productivity through innovation, while others like manufacturing gained their growth through automation and by offshoring jobs to less expensive labor markets.

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