“A trend brought on by greedy, corrupt unions.”You could legitimately argue that some companies move operations because of overreaching/corrupt unions. I wouldn’t doubt that there are some unions that have those issues. That doesn’t account for the factories around my area that moved operations overseas despite not being unionized. It doesn’t explain the several people within the non-unionized company I work for who are currently training an outside vender from India how to do their job before their positions are eliminated in 3 months time. It doesn’t explain the low pay and deplorable conditions that many overseas workers have to put up when American jobs are moved there.Employee union greed doesn’t explain the Bangladeshi garment factory fire that killed over 100 employees. Employee union corruption doesn’t explain the conditions, low pay, and long hours endured by sweat shop employees making products for American companies.