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Bringing high paying manufacturing back to America



November 10, 2016 – Comments (0) | RELATED TICKERS: DIS , F , GM

I watched Donald Trump VICTORY SPEECH | Full Speech as President Elect of the United States in the early morning hours of November 9, 2016 and wasn't surprise the speech asking for divided Americans to unite again, he's reaching out to people who previously didn't support him to support him and work with him in exchanging ideas, and etc. Then in the later hours about mid morning I watched Hillary Clinton FULL Concession Speech | Election 2016. The wording the Donald Trump uses is Americans and Hillary Clinton uses every people.

If Donald Trump follows through with his campaign promise of taking back jobs for middle class blue collar Americans it won't be manufacturing jobs in toys, clothes, computers, electronics, appliances, power equipment, furniture, and etc. found in big box retailers because the profit margins are thin and its not economically sound in creating high paying manufacturing jobs in those areas. The Donald Trump's administration will likely try to protect and expand its existing highly paid manufacturing jobs like aerospace, automotive, telecommunications equipment, and etc. Examples are The Boeing Company (NYSE:BA) (versus the European Airbus), Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F) and General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) (versus German, Italian, Japanese, and Korean automotive industries), Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:MSI) and etc. (versus Korean juggernaut Samsung and etc.) and etc.

How will Donald Trump's administration address this? There are three methods I can think of

step 1 is the simplest method which is high tariffs which isn't good for trade.

Step 2 is add salt to the wound (or in extreme cases fuel to the fire) to damage reputation to companies that manufacture import products that violate or are dangerous to American enviroment or consumer safety like Volkswagen TDI and Samsung Note 7 that will set them years or hopefully decades back behind American companies.

Step 3 is in the next G20 meeting Donald Trump discusses with the European Union, Japan, and South Korea that there's an unfair advantage in American manufacturing setting United States years or possibly a decade behind because United States being the American Umpire which I watched on American Umpire | KCTS 9 - Public Television. Donald Trump has a legitimate case because if United States wasn't a member of NATO then Russia will encroach westward, if there's no United States presence in the Korean Demilitarized Zone the Korea Armastice Agreement will be broken as the North Koreans encroach southwards, and if there's no United States Forces Japan then Japan will get constant North Korean missile tests over Japan. Donald Trump could ask these countries to pay for all the American defence services in these regions which will quickly put in reality the miracle manufacturing stories from these regions. 


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