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Old July 8th, 2016, 09:38 PM   #11
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There is no competing with ching chong countrys that are willing to work for 1 tenth what Americans are willing to work for.
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Old July 9th, 2016, 03:24 AM   #12
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There is no competing with ching chong countrys that are willing to work for 1 tenth what Americans are willing to work for.
Jetson, trade deficits drag upon their nations' GDPs, numbers of jobs and wages’ purchasing powers.

Should USA adopt the policy described within Wikipedia’s article entitled “Import Certificates”, our GDP, numbers of jobs and wages’ purchasing powers will be greater than otherwise; otherwise being if we retain our current government policies for global trade of goods.

Refer to Wikipedia’s article entitled “Import Certificates”.

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I did not vote for Donald Trump in 20016 and I’m very much unlikely to do so in 20020; BUT if during his administration, he signs and enacts an “Import Certificate” policy as described in Wikipedia’s article entitled “Import Certificates” or he strived to have such a bill passed and runs on a platform to sign such a bill, it’s extremely likely I’d vote for President Donald Trump in 2020.

That bill would effectively eliminate USA’s annual trade deficits of goods, and more than otherwise increase our GDP, numbers of jobs and median wage. Rather than being a net source of tax revenue, the policy behaves as an indirect but effective subsidy of prices to foreign purchasers of USA exported goods.
All the trade policy’s net direct costs are passed on to USA purchasers of imported goods. The substantially market (rather than government) driven trade policy could not halt the importation of any item for which there’s an effective demand among USA consumers of goods.

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