From WSJopinion: The big winner from Trump’s immigration restrictions wouldn’t be American workers but the Chinese government, write r_zwetsloot and Will Hunt
Trump’s proposed restrictions on programs like H-1B would short-circuit attempts to bring advanced semiconductor manufacturing back.
May 28, 2020 7:03 pm ETTo secure its supply chains and boost employment, the U.S. is pushing to bring home advanced semiconductor manufacturing. But President Trump is considering immigration restrictions that could sabotage those efforts—and cost American jobs.
On May 15, the administration scored a victory in its efforts to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign computer-chip production. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., one of the world’s largest chip manufacturers, announced plans to build a new $12 billion factory in Arizona. Intel is also...Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
opinion r_zwetsloot more European and Australian companies business with china. opinion r_zwetsloot TSMC does not hire PRC nationals for its state of the art projects. Only citizens from non export restricted nations are eligible to apply for security clearance after a strict back ground check. TSMC facilities runs like a US military base.
opinion r_zwetsloot The author really does not know how Chinese government treats intellectuals. CCP never trust them. So even if US can not use them, CCP will not use them either. opinion r_zwetsloot Productivity growth has been stagnant for the past 60 years, in spite of increased immigration, both skilled and non-skilled. This is because bigger labour supply leads to lower wages which disincentives innovation. If you want greater innovation, cut down immigration.
opinion r_zwetsloot This sums up Trump, China WHO opinion r_zwetsloot Tell Will Hunt to wake up and sober up. opinion r_zwetsloot A reiteration of the comical PCAST theory that we need only innovate faster with the aid of Chinese grad students than the PRC can steal the resulting IP. opinion r_zwetsloot Agree to disagree.
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Rising puppy pricesA dearth of puppies was not among the shortages anticipated as a result of the covid-19 crisis, but Britain is suffering from one Meanwhile human children sit in state-manned prisons. And puppy scans. Got stung by one on the web. Be careful about getting scammed wherever you live! Please don’t increase breeding. So many of the adopted animals will be returned.
This group is helping millions of hungry Americans hit hard by the pandemicAgencies like Feeding America provide food to people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Humana Классно Humana the only way to help these hungry people is to let them go back to work so they can feed their families - this band aid approach does nothing to help them in the long term - WHY WONT ANYONE SPEAK FOR THEM Humana Well they are going to need to step it up because there will be millions more as they lose jobs over the riots
FDA Loosens Labeling Rules for Ingredient Substitutions Due to CoronavirusThe temporary change is intended to provide flexibility due to supply chain disruptions—does it mean we won't know exactly what’s in our food? As a parent of a daughter with celiac disease this concerns me. There are already so many problems with items labeled gluten free that aren’t I feel this could make things worse for everyone with food allergies. Why do I feel a lawsuit with the FDA coming?..... Brands will lose trust if they don’t change labels to reflect ingredients. It’s just typing. If they’ve already got labels printed, save them for later when the original ingredients are available. FDA, you protect the consumer, not the company.
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