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Re: Election

In a message dated 11/12/2000 6:19:37 PM Central Standard Time, 
KateKlass@aol.com writes:

 Tariffs on imported products >>

 All your suggestions may be valid and useful but the real factors effecting 
the movement to overseas of manufacturing jobs, are taxes and labor cost.

The consumer in this country wants the best deal they can get, and any 
product that is cheeper will out sell the competition. 

Quality is a secondary factor.  For those that are rich and price makes 
little difference, prestige seems to be more important than any thing else.

Unions have had there place, but like all human institutions they are a 
mixture of good and evil.


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