From Oil to Gas by Shannon Zemlicka, Intuitive 2940170076413 Audiobook Digital

They’re wrong because for my hometown, for Akron, Ohio, those jobs left long before NAFTA. They left in the 1970s, in 1980s, NAFTA was a decade away. Like it or not, the United States was competing against other regions that were coming together and making things together. And they could do it higher quality and more affordable than the United States could do alone. And without partners the United States couldn’t do that.

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So that is something that really needs to be set at the global level. And where you have seen significant competition between the U.S. and often Europe on one side and China and others in terms of those kinds of protocols, that I think is a global side of things. So if you come down to the commercial viability, there is where I do think regionalization often gives you an edge. This is seen as the industry national security concern that you need to control.

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Hannon serves utilities, telecommunications operators, and industrial companies on issues including digital strategy, advanced analytics, agile transformation, product strategy and design, and user experience. She is a leader of our work on digital and analytics in the electric power and natural gas sector. With a professional and academic shixi network technology co. ltd background in software engineering, Shannon brings clients deep expertise in building and scaling digitally enabled operations and products, using agile working, design thinking, and advanced technologies. So do we want that sort of big piece of a smaller and shrinking pie, or do we want to compete for that much bigger global pie.

Just in the last few years you’ve seen them sign various free trade agreements to deepen regionalization. One is the RCEP, so the Regional Economic Comprehensive Partnership which is 15 countries around Asia, including China and Japan and many others. That will increase regionalization because of the way it’s written and also in these high tech sectors. Parts, exactly ingredients that go into whatever that final product is going to be.

At least for the United States is we tend to look back with nostalgia at the 1950s and ’60s for many reasons. We do it culturally sometimes but we also do it economically. And that was a particular moment in the global economy when the two areas that are now our biggest competitors were destroyed by war. Japan had been totally destroyed and Europe too was barely able to get the lights back on and was trying to rebuild. So there were no other competitors and the US economy was really standing on its own in terms of its strength and growth and its ability to serve the rest of the world. Now, looking back at this history as I’ve done for this book is you see part of regionalization is the story of them rebuilding themselves and coming back and finding advanced manufacturing themselves.

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