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General Electric to Cut 12,000 Jobs

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Winning?

 

For discussion:  The DIC has taken good financial news and has patted himself on the back ( or tweeted himself on his twitter ) and taken credit/responsibility for it.   Will he do so now?

 

I say no.  I believe he will blame Emmanuel Goldstein Obama or some Clinton for it.

 

What say you?

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1 min ago, JimG said:

Well where are they cutting?

Which industry did one party vow to destroy?

 

 

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Power Division.

 

Quote from GE.

 

The plans announced today are driven by challenges in the power market worldwide," the manufacturing giant said. "Traditional power markets including gas and coal have softened. Volumes are down significantly in products and services driven by overcapacity, lower utilization, fewer outages, an increase in steam plant retirements, and overall growth in renewables."

 

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1 min ago, moonbat said:

Power Division.

 

Quote from GE.

 

The plans announced today are driven by challenges in the power market worldwide," the manufacturing giant said. "Traditional power markets including gas and coal have softened. Volumes are down significantly in products and services driven by overcapacity, lower utilization, fewer outages, an increase in steam plant retirements, and overall growth in renewables."

 

Shouldn't democrats be happy.  Wasn'

 It the goal to kill those jobs.

 

Success.  

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Just now, JimG said:

Shouldn't democrats be happy.  Wasn'

 It the goal to kill those jobs.

 

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World markets.  There was no need to kill.  The market decided.

 

The issue is T-rumps reaction.  If you want to start a thread on what dems should be happy about, have a day.

 

So, will the DIC take responsibility or blame some evil dem?  Or will he exist in a world of reality where no one man has the power of the Cosmos behind him and mention world markets?

 

Care to answer or simply derail?

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Me thinks you misunderstand how business leaders comprehend and process the basic principles behind free market system.

 

3 mins ago, moonbat said:

World markets.  There was no need to kill.  The market decided.

 

The issue is T-rumps reaction.  If you want to start a thread on what dems should be happy about, have a day.

 

So, will the DIC take responsibility or blame some evil dem?  Or will he exist in a world of reality where no one man has the power of the Cosmos behind him and mention world markets?

 

Care to answer or simply derail?

 

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The Democrat party vowed to kill those jobs and I'm just giving them credit for what they did.  I suspect Trump will credit them too.  Why wouldn't he?

 

Good job democrats!  

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16 mins ago, moonbat said:

...........So, will the DIC take responsibility or blame some evil dem.........

 

Is this the fault of DIC?  Is it the fault of some evil dem?

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GE has been staggering for a decade.  The company is shedding all kinds of subsidiaries in order to concentrate on jet engines and power generation and one or two other high-end manufacturing endevours.  Renewable energy is booming worldwide, notwithstanding wails from coal executives, and it's not going away.  

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The overall trend is more jobs, more employed, a return to manufacture in this country.

Largest Number of New Manufacturing Jobs in History – 40,000 New Manufacturing Jobs in November

 

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