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Moving manufacturing from the west to Eastern Europe + Russia + Asia + Mexico + South America + Africa wi


Moving manufacturing from the west to Eastern Europe + Russia + Asia + Mexico + South America + Africa will ma16-03-2019 14:06
Tai Hai Chen
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Think about it, rather than manufacturing locally, globalists moving manufacturing from the west to non western countries for profit will mean more transportation by massive ships importing to the west. That be a lot more CO2 emission no?
16-03-2019 17:22
Into the Night
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It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?
16-03-2019 20:45
Tai Hai Chen
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Into the Night wrote:
It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?


Because non western countries don't have carbon pricing and they got cheap labor and no environmental regulations like lithium mining pollution and they got cheap electricity because they don't use wind and solar to make electricity.
16-03-2019 22:18
Into the Night
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?


Because non western countries don't have carbon pricing and they got cheap labor and no environmental regulations like lithium mining pollution and they got cheap electricity because they don't use wind and solar to make electricity.


Here you are listing factors that actually make sense.

Fortunately, the United States energy markets are not as heavily controlled as they are in other countries like Canada, the UK, France, Germany, or many other places.

As far as lithium mining is concerned, Chile, Argentina, Zimbabwe, the United States, Portugal, and Brazil are all western nations, and they all produce lithium.


The Parrot Killer
16-03-2019 23:09
Tai Hai Chen
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Into the Night wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?


Because non western countries don't have carbon pricing and they got cheap labor and no environmental regulations like lithium mining pollution and they got cheap electricity because they don't use wind and solar to make electricity.


Here you are listing factors that actually make sense.

Fortunately, the United States energy markets are not as heavily controlled as they are in other countries like Canada, the UK, France, Germany, or many other places.

As far as lithium mining is concerned, Chile, Argentina, Zimbabwe, the United States, Portugal, and Brazil are all western nations, and they all produce lithium.


Lake lithium production do not quality EPA rules in the US. That's why it's done in South America, mainly Bolivia and Chile.
17-03-2019 02:26
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?


Because non western countries don't have carbon pricing and they got cheap labor and no environmental regulations like lithium mining pollution and they got cheap electricity because they don't use wind and solar to make electricity.


Here you are listing factors that actually make sense.

Fortunately, the United States energy markets are not as heavily controlled as they are in other countries like Canada, the UK, France, Germany, or many other places.

As far as lithium mining is concerned, Chile, Argentina, Zimbabwe, the United States, Portugal, and Brazil are all western nations, and they all produce lithium.


Lake lithium production do not quality EPA rules in the US. That's why it's done in South America, mainly Bolivia and Chile.


Most people aren't aware of how lithium ion batteries or even lead cells batteries become toxic waste. The whole process needs to be considered.
17-03-2019 10:06
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
It also means a lot higher costs in transporting goods. How is this cheaper?


Because non western countries don't have carbon pricing and they got cheap labor and no environmental regulations like lithium mining pollution and they got cheap electricity because they don't use wind and solar to make electricity.


Here you are listing factors that actually make sense.

Fortunately, the United States energy markets are not as heavily controlled as they are in other countries like Canada, the UK, France, Germany, or many other places.

As far as lithium mining is concerned, Chile, Argentina, Zimbabwe, the United States, Portugal, and Brazil are all western nations, and they all produce lithium.


Lake lithium production do not quality EPA rules in the US. That's why it's done in South America, mainly Bolivia and Chile.


Most people aren't aware of how lithium ion batteries or even lead cells batteries become toxic waste. The whole process needs to be considered.


They don't.

Lead acid cells in the United States are generally recycled. The plastic is crunched up and sold to recyclers, the acid is poured out and neutralized, and the lead is melted down and made into new batteries.

Lithium cells are just thrown out. It's cheaper to mine new lithium than to recycle the old batteries. It is not toxic. If either battery winds up in a land fill, they decay into harmless salts.


The Parrot Killer




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