Comment 51279

By Undustrial (registered) - website | Posted November 08, 2010 at 21:06:17

The problem with seeking to compete globally is that it entails hugely inflated costs. A lot of work goes into pretending that "in the new global age, location is irrelevant," but it doesn't take a cocker-spaniel to know that those numbers just can't add up. As someone who does this stuff for a living, trust me - it doesn't work like that.

Legal absurdities which heavily subsidize global transportation networks and then force neighbours to compete on terms much like global competitors. If we want to be able to really move forward locally, we need to find ways to integrate based on good old fashioned local proximity.

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