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A manufacture is considering outsourcing their product to China, where the costs to produce the product are considerably cheaper (even when factoring in transportation costs). You have been brought in as a consultant to discuss the economic considerations of such a move. How do you direct your clients thinking?

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A manufacture is considering outsourcing their product to China, where the costs to produce the product are considerably cheaper (even when factoring in transportation costs). You have been brought in as a consultant to discuss the economic considerations of such a move. How do you direct your clients thinking?

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The reason I signed this out is because it caught my attention from the title, right from the start. You may want to mention to your professor, and for your own knowledge as well, that using the title "China Syndrome" for outsourcing is appalling. The "China Syndrome" is actually a catastrophic nuclear meltdown that takes place, that is so urgent when if not immediately handled, can ...

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A manufacture is considering outsourcing their product to China, where the costs to produce the product are considerably cheaper (even when factoring in transportation costs). You have been brought in as a consultant to discuss the economic considerations of such a move. How do you direct your clients thinking?

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