problemy z zatrudnieniem w Ontario ostatnio daja sie bardzo we znaki, w ciagu
jednego miesiaca ponad 40 tys. pracownikow dostalo wypowiedzenia.
Najprostsze wytlumaczenie, dostepne dla kazdego , znajduje sie w dyskusji
ponizej I tak pisze jeden z dyskutantow :
"Finance Minister Dwight Duncan blamed Ontario's poor performance on a slowing
U.S. economy and the high price of oil, but said the government would stick to
its current strategy of investing in skills training, infrastructure and
innovative technologies while lowering business costs.
I am as Conservative as they come, but what would you like Ontario Liberals to
do?? Duncan is right! US economy has crumbled, oil keeps going up,
manufacturing jobs are being cut....all this is beyond their control. Lowering
business costs will help a BIT but will not make a major impact. Ontario is
almost solely dependent on the US and until their economy bounces back up
little can be done.
On the other hand, if they had not wasted all that money on 'helping' the auto
sector, but rather created infrastructure projects within Ontario that would
have kept thousands of Ontarians employed, I would be more content with
Liberals at the steering wheel.
REUSE, REDUCE, RECYCLE works for spendings and economy as well. "
I mysle, ze jest to znakomite podsumowanie istniejacej sytuacji.