They are the ones that are probably found in any supermarket in the great cities of the world. That is what is wrong with globalization: the relocation of work and the destruction of the culture of peoples.
That is what is wrong with globalization: the relocation of work, as well as the destruction of the culture of the people. As the labor laws in Asia allow the semi-slavery of their own, the industry is relocated and settles in countries such as China, Taiwan, Bangladesh, Vietnam and others such as Thailand, where the labor force is also low-skilled and takes care of giving little added value to things.
Packaging food, as is known, is that little added value that we could give here immediately.
Right away, we say, it doesn't take a great leap in quality in technology to pack the pear we grow here. The difference would be that we would export more food with added value, with more income for the country and fundamentally with more work for our people.
So you have to destroy globalization once and for all to relocate everything. If Thailand wants to pack pears, then it is going to have to grow pears. Since he doesn't do that, he is going to have to dedicate himself to something else. And so with everything else.
Source: La Batalla Cultural and Hegemonía Magazine