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Global Sourcing: Business without Borders

"Whether it�s computer technical support or product design going offshore, or concern that the United States now ranks 19th in the world in math and science education, the effects of globalization are a frequent topic of discussion. Here�s a quick look at what some speakers at the Stamford Business School have said in the past year. We have to find real solutions, but if we�re running off into a protectionist mode � what is frustrating about that � other than what goes around comes back at us � is that it means we�re taking our eye off of the ball about what we should be doing constructively together to make sure that we have a climate where we can compete and where we will win."

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