I do believe the United States need to offer more incentives to lure high-tech firms to open factories on American soil. I believe it is important for America to retain its manufacturing industry, but in order to do that, we need to remain competitive. I don't think we can do that salary wise, which is fine, but these corporations should receive real benefits, rather than sending lobbyists to Washington to do it in a back handed way.
The United States should offer more incentives to have overseas businesses open here in this country. The United States should also offer more incentives so that United States companies stay in this country instead of going overseas where they can produce items in a more financially feasible way. It is sad when it is cheaper for a company to produce merchandise elsewhere.
Yes, the United States should offer more incentives to lure high-tech firms to open factories on American soil, because the United States should compete for these jobs if it wants them. The people in the United States cannot simultaneously complain that there are not jobs while they complain that at the same time that we do not pay employees enough
Yes, the United States should offer more incentives to lure high-tech firms to open factories on American soil, because right now taxes are too high to attract new investors. Right now, it makes much more sense to open a factory in China or Mexico where labor costs are lower. It doesn't matter how educated we are, we need to lure factories with low tax rates.
The US should not be offering more incentives to big tech companies to try to get them to open factories on American soil. The US is already more than fair in what they offer and in the long run they simply can't compete with the labor prices of other countries.