Aug 19, 2017
American expat, Jason Hunter, in Southern Taiwan joins us on the podcast. As a result of his observations working in his profession, Jason is able to explain how businesses are more interconnected than ever. He points out that modern-day businesses simply can't and maybe shouldn’t do everything on their own. The reason is that international cooperations don't only benefit businesses, but also consumers in the long run.
He also demonstrates why it’s important for not only businesses to cooperate with each other, but also for nations as well. He points out that it wouldn’t be wise for national leaders to close a nation’s doors to the outside world. If nations are unable to source needed materials both abroad and into their nations, cost will rise and cross-border job opportunities will be lost.
The lead-in to this episode covers in detail the possible mindset of hate-ridden individuals during the sad events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 13, 2017, which ended in the senseless loss of a life.
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