Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Rewards of China's growth

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Superfusion
Zachary Karabell
(http://www.landmarkonthenet.com/)

Jobs in technology vs manufacturing

Looking back at the erosion of manufacturing jobs in the US, Zachary Karabell identifies information technology as one of the culprits. When companies confronted a slower growth in the developed world, computers, customer management software systems, and faster communication links allowed them to do more with fewer people, he elaborates, in Superfusion: How China and America became one economy and why the world's prosperity depends on it.

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