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selswort

  2 months ago

China- losing business

Large companies are closing their doors in China to move to more stable countries. Dell, Samsung, Stanley-Black and Decker, Toyota, Sony, Canon are moving along with 110 Japanese companies that are going bankrupt in China
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CindyN

  2 months ago
Can't blame the companies for moving. There is a global blackban on buying Made In China.... the world is speaking out Reply
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KT051

  2 months ago
Time will tell more but this doesn’t surprise me. Reply
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jaysblueaus

  2 months ago
But I bet a lot of electronic parts will be made in China, and sent over borders to be put together, like Samsung has done, by sourcing parts from China, and products been put together in vietrnam. Reply
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ellisqt

  2 months ago
Not surprised. It’s the fact they let their citizens travel all over the world in February 2020. The first COVID case was I think October or November of 2019. Even if it was accidental, they were still negligent in allowing global spread. Reply
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WoodyP

  2 months ago
Interesting but I'm not surprised. Reply
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stratman

  2 months ago
Here comes inflation - as these companies go elsewhere their cost of production rises which is passed on to the consumer via higher prices - I forgot, its already happening Reply
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aussiemoneycollectables

  2 months ago
End of the Road for China, To smart for their flip-flops.
I said some time back Forget the past history and it will come back and bite you on the Bum, so it is for China (Again).
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