It’s D-Day for the US Presidential Race.
The race to the oval office between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton has been a closely monitored affair the world over. It’s like watching a drama, thriller, comedy and documentary all rolled into one – just that it affects the real lives of Americans (and the rest of us too).
Over the weekend in his last rally before Americans went to the polls, Donald Trump took to the stands in Tampa, Florida to address his supporters.
When one thinks of countries in Asia which have seen a large influx of American companies setting up local bases in the past decade or two, places like China and India always comes to mind.
This is mainly due to the manufacturing sector relocating to these countries, given that operational costs are lower.
Trump then laid down the stats as to how much America has lost.
70,000 factories was moved away from America, especially after China entered the World Trade Organisation, and he called the “the greatest job theft in the history of the world”.
His main agenda? American jobs.
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