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When Globalization Works, Well…

Salon’s Andrew Leonard suggests that the “Made in China” label is an indicator of how globalization works well.

How so? Despite concerns about offshoring-caused job loss and brain drain, China’s consumer electronics industry draws heavily on American computer chip manufacturing.

What else can American firms do to remain competitive globally? How can countries work well with China without setting themselves to fail later? And… is China a threat or an opportunity? Take the Fast Company poll.

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