In the city where I live, Rosario, State of Santa Fe, Argentina, settled long ago a new General Motors plant for automobile manufactures-tion. The State Government, provided free of charge to the new plant, land, services of electricity, water, gas and taxes, for a period 5 years ini-cial. This included the free construction of the neighborhood to executives and access routes. After five years, taxes and services provide them to 30% of its actual value. The reason for these gifts, was due to manufacturing installation would instead provide work for hundreds of Empleados, thus mitigating the Argentine unemployment. In reality, the company justi – fico 80% of its staff of foreign nationality, under the excuse of specialization. Only 20% was indigenous staff.
What I say and you already imagine, is that there are no such facilities for companies argenti-nas. This is a reality many times repeated in Latin America. This is the reality of a globalizing context, which lacks totalmen – you of any even-handed component. It is this globalization that is proposed to us as something random that happens, as what should come, without the intervention of the human hand. Certainly not so, these facts are produced by men in corporations if we do history of this globalization, we should remember that the oil crisis transnacionalizo economy, he urged countries to the expansion and to the search for markets. Especially, it should not be forgotten the constitutional-tion of the new financial megamercado.
A whole series of new phenomena have changed the face of the economy and society, configurando an unrecognizable countenance for the aged doctrine of social and economic status. It is the end of experience indicative status prepared by De Gaulle in France, and the Japanese State in the postwar period. Are invalidated state policies that suggest, encourage, retain, stimulate and desestimu-lan a State estrategico that orients the activity private.