"US" Chamber of Commerce hosts seminars with Chinese gov officials to teach American firms how to outsource US Chamber of Commerce lobbyist moderated panel on outsourcing American jobs: report US Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored an event that instructed US firms how to outsource jobs to China alongside the "Chinese" branch of the American Chamber of Commerce, AmCham. US Chamber of Commerce lobbyist moderated panel on outsourcing American jobs Among the group's biggest backers include top outsourcers of American jobs: Republicans, while blaming Obama for job losses, continue to block any legislation in Congress designed to create jobs or stop the corporate outsourcing and tax shelters. Republicans continue to benefit from the SCOTUS decision that allows unlimited anonymous corporate funding and has allowed them to partner with these, the big corporations in the world - and in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce to literally buy the 2010 elections. StarNewsOnline.com | View topic - No really, the sky IS falling! US Chamber Of Commerce Hosts Seminars With Chinese Gov Officials To Teach American Firms How To Outsource Among the many lies told by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently, chief Chamber lobbyist Bruce Josten said that his organizations foreign affiliates, called AmChams, are only comprised of American companies doing business abroad in those countries. In fact, the Chinese AmCham is comprised of Chinese firms like Northern Light Venture Capital; the AmCham in Russia is comprised of Russian state-run companies like VTB Bank; and, the AmCham of Abu Dhabi is comprised of UAE state-run oil companies. StarNewsOnline.com | View topic - No really, the sky IS falling! Of course, it's all a lie. Republicans would never do that. Never. The new report, Unfair China Trade Costs Local Jobs, shows that every state in the country, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, suffered jobs lost or displaced because of the trade imbalance. The deficit grew by an average of $26.6 billion each year between 2001 and 2008 http://www.epi.org/page/-/bp260/20100323_china_trade_pr.pdf But think of the money. Isn't it worth it?