Montag, 6. April 2009, 19:35 Uhr

Wieso amerikanische Autofirmen einer Rettung nicht würdig sind

Ha! Da hat sich Bill Bonner also mittlerweile auch die Vorlesung des Marxisten Richard Wolff in Amhurst (FLV, 220MB) angeschaut:

What makes Germany and Japan so competitive today is the fact that their industries were destroyed in WWII. They were forced to rebuild…amid tough competition. The United States, on the other hand, never had the benefit of aerial bombardment. And its auto industry has had such huge advantages – it was practically doomed from the beginning. Detroit has ready supplies of steel…rubber…plastic…labor – everything you need to make a modern automobile. Japan and Germany had to import almost everything.

Quelle: Gordon Brown Pronounces New World Order

In der Tat war dies eine der bemerkenswertesten Passagen im Video …

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