The US textile companies would like to get cheap labor for our products and help you create jobs for the unemployed. But first, borrow from the WTO to build your own factories.
We have a lot of unemployed people because foreign countries including the US have destroyed our economy, so we could use the help. Also, we will give you a "free zone" that is exempt from income taxes to help our workers.
We are on strike because they pay us late and they are paying less than promised. Now the companies are bringing Chinese workers to replace us, and they will close down the factory and we will be jobless.
We're getting paid in USD, so we're not complaining.
Where's my tour guide?
They closed the factories because they found a cheaper labor force that will not go on strike like we did. Now we're out of jobs, and it's the foreign countries' fault, again.
I still owe the WTO money for building these factories that are now closed. Once again we were taken advantage of by a foreign country, and left to deal with the crisis after the PEDs left. When will we have enough money to escape this never ending cycle?