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To: KayEyeDoubleDee

Not to be a jerk, but may I please have the Cliff notes for this?


6 posted on 11/07/2007 11:08:52 AM PST by GQuagmire (Giggety,Giggety,Giggety)
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To: GQuagmire
Not to be a jerk, but may I please have the Cliff notes for this?

The Cliff Notes version would be as in the title: Huma Abedin & Hillary Clinton were repeatedly wined & dined by the world's leading jobs outsourcer, Tata Consultancy Services, and by its parent company, the Tata Group.

The rest of it is documentation.

10 posted on 11/07/2007 11:13:16 AM PST by KayEyeDoubleDee (const Tag &referenceToConstTag)
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To: GQuagmire

3 Apr 2004

Clinton was going on and on,
saying how awful offshoring is, and especially saying how awful Bush is
for allowing it. But then Dobbs pointed out that Clinton herself was
very closely allied with Tata Consultancy Services, an Indian offshoring
giant. Clinton looked obviously startled and nervous, and then agreed
that TCS is indeed an offshoring giant.

Clinton tried to justify herself by pointing out that Tata had created
10 jobs in Buffalo, NY after Clinton had helped Tata established itself
there. Gee, 10 whole jobs! Remember, TCS has thousands of H-1Bs and
L-1s in the U.S. But even if that number 10 does grow, the key point is
that those jobs won’t be filled by Americans. Tata has admitted that
most of the jobs it opens in the U.S. are filled with Indians. (See
http://heather.cs.ucdavis.edu/Archive/Tata.txt)

******

Hillary Clinton stands up for Tatas, outsourcing
CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA
TIMES NEWS NETWORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 05, 2004

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/538674.cms

WASHINGTON: Former First Lady Hillary Clinton on Wednesday defended the
general principles of free trade and outsourcing, while rejecting
suggestions that she was allowing Indian info-tech major Tata Consultancy
Services (TCS) to take away jobs from the state that elected her to the
Senate.

“Of course, I know they outsource,” Clinton retorted. “But they have also
brought jobs and they intend to be a source of new jobs in the state.”

“We are not against all outsourcing; we are not in favour of putting up
fences,” Clinton said firmly, adding that Americans were capable of
competing against anyone if they summoned the will.


17 posted on 11/07/2007 11:27:05 AM PST by kcvl
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To: GQuagmire
may I please have the Cliff notes for this?

Evil!


39 posted on 12/09/2007 11:46:21 AM PST by Revolting cat! (We all need someone we can bleed on...)
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