Boeing invites suppliers to conference on outsourcing to Mexico

Boeing's invitation comes near the end of a presidential-election campaign where the outsourcing of U.S. jobs has been a hot issue.

"We'd think that Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, as chairman of President Obama's council on exports, would be particularly sensitive to the importance of exporting American products, not jobs," said Wroblewski, via email. "We plan on talking to Boeing about this. We believe it is counterproductive to what we are trying to accomplish here." Full Story »

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by Tanya J. Maurer - Oct. 27, 2012

The article has a bit of a republican slant, as can be expected from a republican slanted paper, but the basic story is there. The republican CEO of Boeing is feeding a few steroids to the flight of jobs out of the country, like a good republican. Pay no taxes and export jobs -- support Romney.

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