Retaining US manufacturing and jobs

As posted by S. Stanley Katz, Ph.D in the June 19, 2019 Herald Tribune:

Proposals to stanch the outflow of American manufacturing and jobs will no doubt figure prominently in the 2020 presidential campaign, and candidates are now crafting plans to deal with this national problem.

The benefits of moving U.S. manufacturing abroad are in most cases due to a combination of lower labor costs and government incentives.

Benefits accrue mainly to corporate managers and shareholders, and they may decline significantly over time.


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