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Made in America (Jobs Coming Back) #1015877

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 22, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) President Obama's proposal of a tax break for corporation to bring jobs back to the US noted.

(Studio and Houston and Detroit: David Muir) Jobs coming back to America featured; scenes shown from an empty factory in China after the US company pulled out and sites in Houston where light bulbs will be manufactured and in Detroit where an IT firm starts up; details given about the demands from China's middle class driving up wages. [Boston Consulting Group Hal SIRKIN†- talks about US worker productivity.] [Neutex CEO John HIGGINS†- comments on coming back.] [In Detroit, GalaxE CEO Tim BRYAN†- comments.] The return of telephone call centers to the US discussed.

Sawyer, Diane;
Muir, David

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