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should we ban making products in foreign countrys

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Started: 12/4/2014 Category: Politics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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red6048

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look at our history. when ever we make things in our own country we've always been on top of our spending. so why should now be any different. we need to stop spending so much money on foreign goods and start making our own.
UnadoptedZANe

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American manufacturing in the U.S will result in inflation causing prices to increase dramatically. It would also impact our economy, because it is a hell of a lot more to make things in America. Why do you think most everything you buy says made in china. Foreign made goods are made at a lesser price by foreign workers at a low pay. America was formed by Capitalist and as such will remain a Capitalist country. Think about it, you can mass produce cheap objects at a lower cost and sell more of.
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Posted by Blade-of-Truth 2 years ago
Blade-of-Truth
Change it from 500 characters to at-least a few thousand and I'll take the debate.
Posted by Vajrasattva-LeRoy 2 years ago
Vajrasattva-LeRoy
Free countries don't ban anything or anybody.
The idea that American companies shouldn't have manufacturing units
in other countries, to lower costs, take advantage of better conditions,
increase profits, etc. , doesn't make sense.
Products that are made by American companies in other countries
are American products, not foreign products.
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