How offshoring rolled along under Trump, who vowed to stop it

"Никогда нельзя знать заранее, как впоследствии обернутся обстоятельства." Артур Конан Дойл ©

By Timothy Aeppel PERU, Indiana (Reuters) — Donald Trump won the U.S. presidency four years ago, in part, by a promise to Midwest factory workers that he would stop companies like Schneider Electric SE from moving jobs out of the country. He didn’t stop them. Schneider’s plant, which produced electrical equipment near the center of this tiny town north of Indianapolis, closed in April, shedding 306 jobs. Regina McDowell, who worked there 42 years and said it was the only job she ever had other than teenage babysitting, said she went through a “bit of a depression” when it closed. President Tru…

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