In most cases companies are attracted to offshore manufacturing because of the tax breaks offered by the host. Also, some home countries do not levy taxes on profits made from overseas manufacturing as long as the profit does not come into the country. This is the other intoxicating factor that makes many companies to invest overseas so as to avoid this taxation.
Offshore manufacturing is a business aspect where an entrepreneur relocates or sets his/her manufacturing plant in another country where conditions of manufacturing like labor and raw materials are more cheaper or where the manufacturing environment is more favorable for export and/or eventual import to the manufacturer’s home country.
So, getting back to the original posed question: is there truth to the Day Trading Robot scam or is it the greatest secret in the financial world at the moment? The answer, it seems, lies closer to the middle. Day Trading Robot and 99% of every other stock trading system’s site is hyped out the nose, and true or not I suppose it helps them sell product. The main point I want to make about this system is that it doesn’t win EVERY trade.
Now then, on the official ”White House Blog” there was a posting back on June 24, 2011 by Erin Lindsay titled; ”President Obama Launches Advanced Manufacturing Partnership.” This appeared just after President Obama gave a speech at Carnegie Mellon University. Manufacturing and production are key to any advanced civilization, and we here in the US like to think we are the most advanced civilization of all.
Offshore manufacturing is beneficial to both the manufacturer’s country of origin and the host country for it provides employments opportunities, taxes and other benefits for the host country. As for the company’s origin country, it lowers the cost of goods and services because goods produced cheaply are also sold at a competitively cheaper price.