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Old Nov 11, 2012, 02:58 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by chaosbunny View Post
In my opinion that's actually quite an egoistic thing to say. Everything might be more or less fine for the people living in North America, Europe and certain other countries, but if you look and the rest of world? Things are certainly not fine for people living in Africa, India, China, ...
But the subject of this thread is Obama and discussion of elections. I am not sure what you think that has to do with the quality of like in Africa, India or China. China and India in particular are in a huge growth mode. You can make the claim that their wages are low (and you'd be right), but what would they be if there was no products made in China and no call centers or software development in India? Parts of Africa are seeing software development as well. So their standard of living IS being raised. But it has nothing to do with the recent election.
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