Something’s Gonna Give

One of the most sensitive prices in the domestic economy is manufacturing wage rates, given the magnitude and efficiency of global trade in manufactures. Since the early 1990s, of course, manufacturing wages in the U.S. have been hammered by the Great China Wage Deflation. Then again, China’s rice paddies have been largely drained of its […]
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