mexico

I heard on the bbc news yesterday that many car companies have factories in mexico and now there are more people moving to mexico than from so the tide
seems to be shifting.
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snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Unlikely. It would take 3000 new factories, employing 1000 people each, opening every year, just to stem the tide if the people that would have come here are the only ones to work at those factories.
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On 25/02/2013 10:23 PM, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

mexico and now there are more people moving to mexico than from so the tide seems to be shifting. You are actually right. USA is now in a negative population growth where emigration is higher than immigration. It isn't just auto, it is nation wide that more people are leaving than coming.
USA no longer has the strong good economy it once had. Squandered on debt, fraud and corruption.....political waste and too much war.
Those denouncing US citizenship is also on the rise and at record high levels as USA citizens are taxed world wide. Pays to dump the citizenship if you are leaving permanently.
No reason the rest of the world outside of USA/Canada should be able to get vehicles so cheap. Prices in Panama were 1/2 that of USA/Canada. In many parts of the world that don't rely on debt/currency fraud they have more people driving than ever before as they are more affordable. China, Chile, Brazil and more are doing quite well as they don't participate in US Fed/Eurobank corruption.
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