Escaping the Tyranny of Price Competition
For U.S. manufacturers, competing on price with companies that are exporting goods from a low-wage-paying country is nearly fruitless. While you expend effort and know-how on shaving a percentage point or two off your cost of goods sold, products and parts are coming in from offshore an average of 17% cheaper.
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