Obama Dances with Indian Children – Video of the Week November 7, 2010Posted by Admin in News.
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Tags: America, Anthony Pulieri, Apple, asia, business, china, commentary, discussion, domestic, economic, economy, euro-pacific capital, finance, foreign, foxconn, india, Jim Knight, jobs, john browne, knight group, kroger, news, outsourcing, production, Small Business, talk, United Bullion Group, wages, walmart
As election season is in full gear, and politicians ramp up the political rhetoric on how outsourcing has killed jobs in America, The Mangru Report Panel of experts takes a hard look at whether outsourcing is a negative or a positive thing for America.
The Mangru Report Panel of Experts composed of Anthony Pulieri (Joseph Glenn Commodities), John Browne (Euro Pacific Capital), and Jim Knight (The Knight Group) discuss the differences in wages in foreign countries, the influence of unions, unfair government subsidies from foreign nations, the difference in technical skills between the U.S. workforce and countries like China & India, backwards tax incentives that keep U.S. jobs overseas for fear of high U.S. taxation, the influence of cheaper goods and it’s effect on the U.S. standard of living, and why companies are moving more of their operations overseas.
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Marc Faber One-on-One with Dan Mangru May 3, 2010Posted by Admin in Interviews.
Tags: bernanke, china, deficit, faber, finance, healthcare, import, india, inflation, mangru, mao, money, taxes
From Episode 1 of The Mangru Report, Here’s Dan Mangru’s exclusive interview with Asia Fund Manager and Contrarian Guru, Dr. Marc Faber (Author of The Gloom, Boom, and Doom Report). In their interview, they discuss everything from China currency manipulation, a China import tax, stimulus, India, money printing, inflation, healthcare, all the way down to his collection of Mao Zedong artifacts.