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Are We Switching Labor Forces with China, or is China Buying or being Given American Cities?

Are We Switching Labor Forces with China, or is China Buying or being Given American Cities?


Why was the city of Detroit not saved? It is an interesting question considering it was one of the top three cities in the United States while it was producing American-made cars. Consider: 1) Detroit is an international go-between, between the U.S. and Canada, 2) Detroit serves as a major port on the Detroit River connecting the Great Lakes system to the Saint Lawrence Seaway, 3) Detroit has been all but decimated and evacuated and continues to be evacuated, 4) a Chinese city is being built about 40 miles outside of Detroit near Milan, Michigan, and 5) something called the Detroit Chinese Business Association, comprised of approximately 100 Chinese-owned and primarily auto-related companies, is “preparing for dozens of companies from China to push their auto industry into the U.S.”, according to a May 12, 2013 article by Bill Vlasic in The New York Times titled “Chinese Creating New Auto Niche Within Detroit”.

At the same time, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has plans in the works with China having visited China twice specifically regarding the state of Michigan and “joint profitability”, and Kevin Orr, Detroit’s “appointed” Emergency Manager reports the city’s problems are more dire than he imagined. Dun-du-du-du-dunnnnnnn!

The following list was discovered on jies.com and is a list of American corporations and companies that have plant and business operation in China. The site also makes the following statements:

NOTATION- even though this is a very long list of American and other foreign corporations in China, it is certainly not a complete listing. We have only included a few of the names you may recognize.

“This is a list of companies who either own factories, or have contract factories producing their products in China. Some of the companies produce 100% of their products there, and others only produce parts, or certain ingredients for their products. The list below is approximately 1% of the actual Corporate list [emphasis added].

“Companies such as Avon, GE, and AT&T for example, have been in China and manufacturing products for 20 to 30 years. Most American consumers simply had no idea. Previously their source was Japan.”

Here goes:

AT&T
Abercrombe & Fitch
Abbott Laboratories
Acer Electronics
Ademco Security
Adidas
ADI Security
AGI- American Gem Institute
AIG Financial
Agrilink Foods, Inc. (ProFac)
Allergan Laboratories
American Eagle Outfitters
American Standard
American Tourister
Ames Tools
Amphenol Corporation
Amway Corporation
Analog Devices, Inc.
Apple Computer
Armani
Armour Meats
Ashland Chemical
Ashley Furniture
Associated Grocers
Audi Motors
AudioVox
AutoZone, Inc.
Avon

Banana Republic
Bausch & Lomb, Inc.
Baxter International
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Belkin Electronics
Best Buy
Best Foods
Big 5 Sporting Goods
Black & Decker
Body Shop
Borden Foods
Briggs & Stratton

Calrad Electric
Campbell ‘s Soup
Canon Electronics
Carole Cable
Casio Instrument
Caterpillar, Inc.
CBC America
CCTV Outlet
Checker Auto
CitiCorp
Cisco Systems
Chiquita Brands International
Claire’s Boutique
Cobra Electronics
Coby Electronics
Coca Cola Foods
Colgate-Palmolive
Colorado Spectrum
ConAgra Foods
Cooper Tire
Corning, Inc.
Coleman Sporting Goods
Compaq
Crabtree & Evelyn
Cracker Barrel Stores
Craftsman Tools (see Sears)
Cummins, Inc.

Dannon Foods
Dell Computer
Del Monte Foods
Dewalt Tools
DHL
Dial Corporation
Diebold, Inc.
Dillard’s, Inc.
Dodge-Phelps
Dole Foods
Dollar Tree Stores, Inc.
Dow-Corning

Eastman Kodak
EchoStar
Eclipse CCTV
Edge Electronics Group
Electric Vehicles USA, Inc.
Eli Lilly Company
Emerson Electric
Enfamil
Estee Lauder
Eveready

Family Dollar Stores
FedEx
Fisher Scientific
Ford Motors
Fossil
Frito Lay
Furniture Brands International

GAP Stores
Gateway Computer
GE, General Electric
General Foods International
General Mills
General Motors
Gentek
Gerber Foods
Gillette Company
Goodrich Company
Goodyear Tire
Google
Gucci
Guess?

Haagen-Dazs
Harley Davidson
Hasbro Company
Heinz Foods
Hershey Foods
Hitachi
Hoffman-LaRoche
Holt’s Automotive Products
Hormel Foods
Home Depot
Honda Motor
Hoover Vacuum
HP Computer
Honda
Honeywell
Hubbell Inc.
Huggies
Hunts-Wesson Foods

ICON Office Solutions
IBM
Ikea
Intel Corporation

J.C. Penny’s
J.M. Smucker Company
John Deere
Johnson Control
Johnson & Johnson
Johnstone Supply
JVC Electronics

KB Home
Keebler Foods
Kenwood Audio
KFC, Kentucky Fried Chicken
Kimberly Clark
Knorr Foods
K-Mart
Kohler
Kohl’s Corporation
Kraft Foods
Kragen Auto

Land’s End
Lee Kum Kee Foods
Lexmark
LG Electronics
Lipton Foods
L.L. Bean, Inc.
Logitech
Libby’s Foods
Linen & Things
Lipo Chemicals, Inc.
Lowe’s Hardware
Lucent Technologies
Lufkin

Mars Candy
Martha Stewart Products
Mattel
McCormick Foods
McDonald’s
McKesson Corporation
Megellan GPS
Memorex
Merck & Company
Michael’s Stores
Mitsubishi Electronics
Mitsubishi Motors
Mobile Oil
Molex
Motorola
Motts Applesauce
Multifoods Corporation

Nabisco Foods
National Semiconductor
Nescafe
Nestles Foods
Nextar
Nike
Nikon
Nivea Cosmetics
Nokia Electronics
Northrop Grumman Corporation
NuSkin International
Nutrilite (see Amway)
Nvidia Corporation (G-Force)

Office Depot
Olin Corporation
Old Navy
Olympus Electronics
Orion-Knight Electronics

Pacific Sunwear, Inc.
Pamper’s
Panasonic
Pan Pacific Electronics
Panvise
Papa Johns
Payless Shoesource
Pelco
Pentax Optics
Pep Boy’s
Pepsico International
PetsMart
Petco
Pfizer, Inc.
Philips Electronics
Phillip Morris Companies
Pier 1 Imports
Pierre Cardin
Pillsbury Company
Pioneer Electronics
Pitney Bowes, Inc.
Pizza Hut
Plantronics
PlaySchool Toys
Polaris Industries
Polaroid
Polo (see Ralph Loren)
Post Cereals
Price-Pfister
Pringles
Praxair
Proctor & Gamble
PSS World Medical
Pyle Audio

Qualcomm
Quest One

Radio Shack
Ralph Loren
RCA
Reebok International
Reynolds Aluminum
Revlon
Rohm & Hass Company

Samsonite
Samsung
Sanyo
Shell Oil
Schwinn Bike
Sears-Craftsman
Seven-Eleven (7-11)
Sharp Electronics
Sherwin-Williams
Shure Electronics
Sony
Speco Technologies/Pro Video
Shopko Stores
Skechers Footwear
SmartHome
Smucker’s (see J.M. Smucker’s)
Solar Power, Inc.
Spencer Gifts
Stanley Tools
Staple’s
Starbucks Corporation
Steelcase, Inc.
STP Oil
Sunkist Growers
SunMaid Raisins
Sunglass Hut
Sunkist
Subway Sandwiches
Switchcraft Electronics
SYSCO Foods
Sylvania Electric

3-M
Tai Pan Trading Company
Tamron Optics
Target
TDK
Tektronix, Inc
Texas Instruments
Timex
Timken Bearing
TNT
Tommy Hilfiger
Toro
Toshiba
Tower Automotive
Toyota
Toy’s R Us, Inc.
Trader Joe’s
Tripp-lite
True Value Hardware
Tupper Ware
Tyson Foods

Uniden Electronics
UPS

Valspar Corporation
Victoria ‘s Secret
Vizio Electronics
Volkswagen
VTech

Walgreen Company
Walt Disney Company
Walmart
WD-40 Corporation
Weller Electric Company
Western Digital
Westinghouse Electric
Weyerhaeuser Company
Whirlpool Corporation
Wilson Sporting Goods
Wrigley
WW Grainger, Inc.
Wyeth Laboratories

X-10
Xelite
Xerox

Yahoo
Yamaha
Yoplait Foods
Yum Brands

Zale Corporation

SOURCE: Shipping database. US Customs database. Chinese government publications/database.

Well, since this represents 1% of U.S. businesses operating in China, hopefully you get the reality of why there are no jobs in the U.S. Please make note of the corporations that chose to leave the nation and its people in favor of exploiting the people of China.

But, also consider the following: What if our corporations are in China to benefit from their lowly paid labor forces, and since American people are now without jobs, what if China, then, comes to the U.S., say to a city like Detroit, and offers low-wage jobs to starving Americans, thus creating global “equity” and “equality”?

By the way, China is building another city in Idaho. Well, no surprise that Idaho Governor Butch Otter “led a delegation of 16 Idaho companies and organizations to China in mid-April for a series of high-level meetings with government and business officials in Shanghai, Chengdu and Beijing. China is the third-largest foreign market for Idaho goods, buying more than $625.9 million in Idaho exports last year” ( http://gov.idaho.gov/mediacenter/press/pr2012/5May/pr_20.html).

Oh, and California, another state in near bankruptcy; yep, their Governor Jerry Brown, also in China selling his state to the Chinese government. As such, it seems that American cities are being sold, traded, or perhaps we are simply trading work forces; our corporations get Chinese workers, and Chinese corporations get American work forces. Hmmm. Which one is it?

It is time for Washington D.C. to fess up because the jig is up. It is obvious what they have done, how they have lied and hidden their long, drawn-out corporate plans and agendas, and now they must confess it and then tell the American people what our lives are going to look like in the next decade. Something tells me that American ga-zillionaires will not remain in the U.S. while we are under the new social and cultural training programs of the Chinese. It is amazing when light bulbs go off over your heads, isn’t it? Come on, D.C., it is time to fess up. And since it would appear that our state governors are also up to their necks in global corporatization, we, too, have to confess our failures as well. At this point, one wonders who is most at fault. By the way, you definitely want to check this out as well:
 http://www.china-alliance.com and make sure you click on all the left-side menu links.

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