1) Companies can be profit-driven, and citizens shouldn't be concerned with their self-interest? The current situation is that self-interest is being marginalised.
2) Restricting foreign talent not feasible? Is that spoken from evidence or generalisations? Do we really have an equally relaxed foreign employment policy in another equally 'globlalised' country?
Doesn't matter. The truth of the matter is 'needs' right? So quoting yourself, 'something's gotta give'. The citizen's needs versus the economy's needs. And the giving party is the citizen again. And the suggestion for the support of a sustained nationwide campaign to urge corporate support of NS is shot down so easily. You have a better idea? Or the citizen gotta give?
If the above is tedious, I'll keep my reply simple. So in your opinion is status quo is the best possible scenario, and it's best to leave the current situation as it is, and embrace it as the citizen's role to be marginalised as it is right now?