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Will Apple Bring Manufacturing Back to the U.S.?

October 25, 2012
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At the end of the recent presidential debate, moderator Candy Crowley asked both candidates about the likelihood of Apple bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. Do you think Apple would ever bring back manufacturing to America?

No: 56.2%
Maybe/Unsure: 43.8%

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They would be fools. Obama took 7 months to even talk to his "jobs" council. He hates business and could care less about jobs. He only cares about communism, and imposing it on us.

China has cheaper labor cost which helps drive profits for Apple.

Right now, the US has the highest corporate tax rate in the world. If the US would lower it to at or below that of the EU nations, I'm sure that Apple would consider manufacturing here.


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