The area of concern gets to 40C during the summer time, and with air conditioners running at full blast, its eats up a lot of power.
My bigger worry is that despite everything, a lot of the planning and monies dedicated for this project will get eaten through the pipeline.
The only power capacity India has really added in the past few years to the grid,except for individual gen-sets, is wind power. India has not been able to really add large power plants due to one faction, protest, or corruption...
The whole point of the bailout was to prevent a systemic collapse of the US economy. A GM failure would have probably caused losses upwards of 105 billion dollars of lost tax revenue (http://money.cnn.com/2013/12/09/news/companies/gm-bailout-stock-sale/), which is paltry in context of the direct loss of 10 Billion.
The treasury would have had to sold it at 53 USD to break even on the stock. Today's price is around 41 USD. I don't think it would be unusual to see a move closer to 53, as long there is no major calamity in the general economy or through the performance of GM.
In a vacuum if the continually resulted in a 30% return, it would be better to compound your money there.
The key thing is you need to buy stocks cheap ie as close to per share book value as you can.
Why on earth does it make sense to buy foxconn? Foxconn does not have anything proprietary that a dozen other assembly mfg companies in China can do.
share buy backs would not incur a double taxation that a dividend might.
In addition, you can even select shoes by either made in america or assembled in america (less than 60% american content).