Corporations survive when they make honest attempts to make thier corporation work. Going overseas and using (exploiting) people who are impoverished to manufacture or assemble products is only one part of the problem. When the corporation is able to cut costs because they are paying less wages, etc, but the product price is never reduced, that is a problem with me. Lowering wages, etc, should mean lowering prices. Where are the savings going? Getting the picture yet? I can only assume the greedy are getting greedier. The next problem (and the corporations have experienced this the past few years) is if the consumer is not willing to spend the money to buy the product because they don't have the money (out of work) or they are afraid to spend it (may be getting ready to lose job) the corporation doesn't get the compensation they need to keep thier product going. We need policies that are not lopsided toward corporate. The consumer needs some more protections. IE Middle Class or lower class (the working classes).