What does the term "outsourcing" mean when used by the U.S. media?
It is the hiring of minorities to complete work.
It is the hiring of immigrants to complete work.
It is the building of businesses in foreign countries.
It is the building of foreign businesses in the United States.
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I think it's the third one. Usually outsourcing is a cheaper way for companies or corporations to do things.
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I announce I will sign an executive order to deny federal contracts to businesses that hire illegal immigrants. We are still a nation of immigrants; we should be proud of it. But we are also a nation of laws." -- President Clinton, 1996 State of the Union Address
Which of the following statements best explains the quote?
The government should give all companies a fair chance at acquiring government work even if it hired non-citizens.
The government would not consider hiring companies that had employed unlawful residents.
The government must enforce employment laws and shut down businesses that underpay its workers.
The government could not stop businesses from hiring ineligible workers and so it would edit immigration laws.
I believe it is the second answer. The answers are not specific though. There was more to the speech than that.
Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere are at their highest level in more than 200,000 years and climbing sharply." -- US President Bill Clinton, at UN General Assembly special session, June 1997
The president's quote reflects a growing concern about
a global warming
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Which of the following is an example of how technology has played a role in globalization?
Cell phones have made certain video games internationally recognized and popular.
The Internet has made instant business communications possible around the world.
Compact discs broke when shipped and led to the popularity of music downloads.
The rise of social networking sites encouraged its users to meet foreign people