Navigating The Global Economy
Your article "The global economy: Who gets hurt" (Cover Story, Aug. 10) didn't mention the benefit that comes to both halves of the work force--the lower cost of items imported from abroad, lower than if produced locally. This saving should act to improve the standard of living; or does this saving get dissipated by our surfeit of regulation and litigation?
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