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Subject: Re: Cameras USA
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2017 10:43:54 +0000
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On 26/11/2017 00:12, John Turco wrote:
> To my knowledge, no cameras (digital or otherwise) are currently made in 
> the USA. Does anybody think that situation will change, anytime soon? 
> (Or, in the more distant future?)

IMVHO, I suspect it's to do with semiconductor production and (by 
extension) the labour force. Once that's nailed end product creation is 
relatively trivial.

It's the single biggest reason for the dire economic state of Russia. 
And while the service and financial sectors continue to prop up large 
parts of the G22 (including the USA and UK) the situation is unlikely to 
change without state intervention.

Cheers, Rob