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May 14, 2011 6:15pm EDT
. there presently building three new plants in china which they predicted in five years will employ 65,000 employees. california has 92. it was not for china, are still -- steel mills would be open. china sold their steel so low. i want people to start looking at every product in stores to see the china is flooding the stores with child labor -- guest: can answer the question? is caterpillar, are they shift the unitedack to states? it's for sale within china. there was no way be cost competitive. they have not shifted those jobs to china. caller: if we were making it here, we could sell it to try. guest: and be cost competitive with the other earth-movers in china? i do not think that would be a realistic alternative. that is what globalization has done and caterpillar has responded to that. not as if they took the jobs, move them to the united states, and started to sell the equipment back in the united states. they set up to be cost competitive to sell into the chinese market which is with the overwhelming majority of u.s. companies have done when they invest in china. they invest
May 28, 2011 6:15pm EDT
is an award given out every year by the internet society of china. it is for the top 20 companies that do the best job of censoring content. what goes on in china -- china has a system where there is not only censoring at the network level, so that when you try to access the web site you suddenly get an error message or something like that, but most people in china are using chinese internet platforms. they are using a chinese version of youtube. they are using a chinese social networking
Jan 15, 2011 6:15pm EST
from borrowing money from china so we could buy oil from someone else and then follow the atmosphere and make people sick and send them to the hospital and spend more money on that, avery and virtuous cycle. not only are we doing that, but we are not turning that around so we are actually creating those jobs here at home that reduce all of those negative impact. the irony of this is in public life i've learned in the years i've been here very few public issues where you get to benefits for doing one thing. usually it is one for one normandie 1.542. here you get five or six benefits because you clean up the air and you are healthier. you reduce dependency on foreign oil. you are not sending money to terrorists through back channels. you're making american free to make certain kinds of foreign policy decisions because you have more leverage because you're not dependent on other people who can hold you up because you are indebted to them for the supply of your energy. you have better health, more jobs in america fund increased our national security. how many things to you get
Oct 23, 2010 6:15pm EDT
they're about 5-10 years ahead. i can take what i learned in india, china, jordan, mexico, and bring it back to the u.s. or western europe. after the terrible earthquake occurred in china, we were one of the first companies that was not chinese to see what occurred. 374,000 people seriously injured. the health care system came tumbling down. you could not get people to the hospital. the education system was broken. when we went in there, we said rather than build it the way it was, let's build the next generation of health care and the next generation school. we put in the technologies, and the chinese and the u.s. work together. it is much like what secretary clinton is now doing in the middle east. as we did that, the chinese families did not really need our help. they handled this with remarkable skill. imagine if you were in appellation and you could only get there with one road and that and youin appellation alacia could only get there with one road and that road was destroyed. we did it so quickly without government regulation, and we brought back to the u.s. we put these
Jun 12, 2010 6:15pm EDT
see the words "made in america" on our products. we do not want to move jobs overseas to china or india or europe. i believe in protecting a woman's right to choose. i do not believe in protecting oil companies. i believe in making our streets safer and keeping guns out of the hands cut criminals and terrorists. i need you by my side to join my campaign and take a stand. i am askinggyou tooget involved now, because this is your election. thank you, and i look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail. >> with support from the tea party, sharon angle when the primary on tuesday. she will now face harry reid in the general election. >> thank you all, nev. patriot. we have completed the first step in taking back our senate seat. [applause] i want to say thank you too many people, but first of all i want to say thank you to god. this is an amazing -- [applause] >> amazing campaign. and my family, my daughter and my son, my daughter-in-law and my son in law. they are here tonight. thank you to the legion of3 thank you to a wonderful team of cracked campaigners -- crack pampaigners. t
May 21, 2011 6:15pm EDT
timing -- i was a dream of a question about india and china and reserve currency and gold. as i understand it, india has been the primary buyer of gold for several years, at least until this year and now china is buying more gold. how many thousand tons of gold to india and china have -- to india and china have and i understand that china does not want the dollar to be the reserve currency. how close are they to making it so they can switch to a gold standard? guest: the gold standard has not been taken up by the g20. the day before yesterday, the former deputy governor of the reserve bank of india published an important article in the hindu business line. it indicated the world is moving back toward the gold standard. there are wise thinkers internationally and another one is manuel hines who dollarized the salvadoran economy. as little as a year or two ago, the gold standard was considered kooky. it is rapidly becoming on a marble. -- un ignoreable. we are not sitting here waiting for high inflation. we don't perceive it that way. at least not right away. gold is just very >>
Dec 19, 2009 6:15pm EST
. >> good morning. >> what was interesting is on several notes when president obama went to china and obviously didn't even bring up human rights and yet it's position turd that it's one of its key focuses on administration. and again with opportunities in iran, i mean, iran already calls the united states the great say the an. they already want to kill us. and so i -- the great satan. so i guess at one point does kind of lip service to human rights to actually do something. it's not so much me being critical of the administration. but when you see your governmental leaders say one thing and then not do anything and you say you're taking a soft approach, a quiet approach, well, who cares? because it's not effective. and so it seems cowardly in my mind. and so you know when you see this going on you just wonder, you know, it's more lip service than anything. and then if something does happen then you guys will take credit even though you didn't do a thing. >> michael posener. >> well, i don't accept that on a couple of levels. first of all, with respect to china, president obama did vi
Oct 9, 2010 6:15pm EDT
competitive global economy. china and india are not playing for second. south korea and germany are not playing for second. they are playing for first, and so should the united states of america. instead of being short-sighted and shortchanging our kids, we should be doubling down on them. we should give every kid in america a chance to fulfill their god-given potential. we should be leading the global economy this century, just like we did in the last. that is what i will continue to fight to do in the months and weeks ahead. >> in the united states senator from wyoming. dakota of the west says, when you make a promise, keep it. in washington, promises do not seem to me much these days. for almost two years, president obama and democrats have broken their promises on jobs, on spending, on health care. the white house promised to keep the unemployment rate below 8%. instead, taxpayers got $800 billion in new debt and nearly 10% unemployment. 48 states have lost jobs. confirm jobs figures that far too many americans are still looking for work. while the white house calls that a recovery
May 7, 2011 6:15pm EDT
girl. i have two adopted daughters, one from india, the other from china. we got to visit their orphanages and meet any of the women who care for them while they were there. we saw how low can transcend race, geography, religion, and class. some people need friends, others need hope. you will find some that just need love. reach out your hand and give them your heart. fifth, and finally, give back as much as you are able. work to keep america great. serve her if asked. i was, by a president of a different political party, but in the end, what we might not all be of one party, we are all part of one nation, a nation that needs your generational gift of energy and confidence. never forget how lucky you are to be sitting here in america today, even with student loans and may belah uncertainty about your future. we live in the greatest, most freedom loving place on earth. embrace it. you might not succeed the first time, and you might fail a few times, but it will be the pathway you choose. no one else will force it on you. one of my favorite musicians is ben folds. i love this lyri
Mar 19, 2011 6:15pm EDT
china, and our exports to the region will soon support more than two million jobs here in the united states. brazil, the first stop on our trip, is a great example. in 2010, american exports to brazil included more than two under and 50,000 american jobs. that includes a company that recently sold more than two million dollars of high-tech equipment to brazil. another company in north carolina cells and r -- cells and repairs tools for airplanes. we can point to large companies whose helicopters helped sustain a large work force in connecticut, alabama and pennsylvania. today, brazil imports more goods from the united states than any other nation. i will be meeting with leaders to see how we can create even more jobs. after brazil, i will visit chile, a country with an increasing demand for american goods. our exports there are up 300% since 2004. finally, we will head to el salvador, a nation with so much promise for growth and a potential to benefit both of our nations. we have always had a special bond with our nation's to the south -- our neighbors to the south. many ameri
Sep 4, 2010 6:15pm EDT
john park. i think china is welcome of kim jong il the last two times based on china's goal. china wants to have the economic development. if north korea disturbed to the peaceful environment in the region and with other countries, china would have economic development may be disturbed. i think he welcomed kim jong- il's reason to visit. -- recent visit. if north korea provoked another thing like cheonan, what would be -- how would join the treat -- thea treat -- bilateralization between china and north korea, how would that be affected? thank you. >> me? [laughter] >> john park. >> thank you for a question. -- for your question. it would depend on how another provocation occurred. if it were ambiguous, china would react similarly. if it were clear-cut that it were north korea, that would put china in a difficult position. i would say it really depends on the circumstance. when north korea conducted the first nuclear test, and wrote the un security dons a wreck -- council resolution. >> yes, sir. here on the end of the row. >> thank you. i'm with the executive intelligence review.
Jul 3, 2010 6:15pm EDT
taxes to foot the bill for democrat's out of control spending. with much of our debt held by china, our national debt is also a national security issue. no less than the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff -- admiral mike mullen has said last month, "i actually believe that the biggest national security threat we have is our national debt." just as with our energy and food supplies, america is vulnerable when we disproportionately rely on other nations. it is a matter of great concern that we're in deep that the country's often do not share our values -- to countires -- countries that often do not share our values. at some point, we have to say enough is enough. we have to stop spending beyond our means. i continue to hope that president obama, speaker pelosi, and others will take steps toward responsibility and restraint and reject the path of reckless spending that america is presently on. ours is a great nation. we can be even greater if we keep jefferson words -- heed jefferson's words. i wish all americans have the independence day. as fireworks simulate the rockers there, i
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