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Re^10: You have a point... :-)
in thread When are you moving to India to find a better job?
this for a reference? Krugman says more or less exactly what I've seen most economists claim. He isn't right wing, either. Again, why is that wrong?
workers had to fight hard to reach what they have today (and that they are sadly losing).
Yeah, and the rest of the world will have to fight hard, too. I don't know if that regulation thing works between
countries. To me, it sounds like politicians trying to make another impossible-to-implement question into a career.
If there shows up lots of educated people willing to work for a fraction of the previous cost, there will be friction... and renegotiation of old deals. It will even out, over time, when the new workers get more money.
- Yes, it sucks to be us -- getting caught in the middle
- The only ones I've seen with your arguments are left wing. It is hard to take the Swedish left wing seriously. E.g. Israel-bashing and never criticising dictatorships that are factors of ten worse. Etc, etc. Italian lefties might look less like an European variant of Bush's religion?
- I just hope that there won't be too much damage to the economic system from all these fast changes.