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Years before president Obama announced his infamous military “Pivot to Asia” policy, chip giant Intel had already embarked upon its own initiative to build out manufacturing and design capability in the region. Last week for the first time it opened the doors of its Penang facility – Chipzilla’s largest outside of the US – so El …


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  1. Anonymous Coward
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    Atlas Shrugging.

    Obama just does not get it, nor does anyone else in the Western world. Money, like electricity, always follows the path of least resistance.

    1. mIRCat

      Re: Atlas Shrugging.

      A politician? Who doesn't get it? I'm going to need a moment to recover from that shocking revelation.

    2. Steen Hive
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      Re: Atlas Shrugging.

      "Money, like electricity, always follows the path of least resistance."

      So you are suggesting to compete with Asia, the West should bury money in the ground? A platitude, a lame (and erroneous - see current divider) analogy and a reference to the ranting of an adolescent sociopath in one post. Well done that man!

  2. sam bo

    diffusion v concentration.

    water might follow the path of least resistance and flow down - but money defies gravity - it's path of least resistance is UP.

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