The Global Economy Needs Bridges Not WallsKaren Pennar
It's easy to fall into the habit of blaming our woes on others. Today, it often seems as if growth and job gains in the developing world are coming at the expense of the industrialized world--and the evidence exists to support the argument. After all, U.S. manufacturers have said that they are shutting down stateside plants and moving production to Mexico, where labor is far cheaper.
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