Their agribusiness division is getting government subsidies for not producing; their domestic R&D and production divisions gets DoD contracts; the American consumer pays for all the crap they make in Elbonia. It's a relatively complex, but lucrative, revenue stream.
That would be funny if it weren't so bloody depressing. There are few companies out there, large or small, who really understand that if it weren't for customers they wouldn't even exist. The only people that seem to count are the C-staff and the shareholders.