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Obama / Overseas Trip / India / Jobs #978950

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 2010
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(New Delhi, India: Jake Tapper) The question of American jobs based on getting a foothold in Asia raised during President Obama's Asian trip featured; details given about his official visit to India. the opposition of Pakistan to India being added to the U.N.'s Security Council and the issue of jobs; scenes shown from ceremonies at the palace and the president and wife dancing with kids. [OBAMA - wants India as a permanent member of the Security Council; calls this a jobs strategy and doing business with India; talks about creating jobs.] [Center for a New American Security Richard FONTAINE†- assesses US-India-China relations.] Obama's plans to go to Indonesia despite the volcano noted.

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A Fact Check introduced.

(Studio: Sharyn Alfonsi) A look at whether outsourcing costs US jobs presented; statistics on jobs moving overseas, whether call centers in India take US jobs and the outsourcing of jobs to India with the comparative costs cited. [OBAMA - talks about US-India trade: it is a two-way relationship.] [Alliance for American Manufacturing Scott PAUL†- says the US is giving jobs away.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Tapper, Jake;
Alfonsi, Sharyn

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