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Montevideo, September 18th 2020 - 20:51 UTC
Brazil decided to implement anti- dumping duties retroactively to prevent companies from stocking up on imported goods the government says pose a threat to local industry. Read full article
I'm not sure if doing it retroactively it's legal. Anyway, permanent response could be only by investing on workers specialization. You can't compete with China's low prices but you can manufacture some things that they don't.
it is legal and you cannot compete with SLAVE wage prices from Communist China. China is opening up (only if you give them what they want and greedy business people from the naive west falls for it, after all, they are so blind or they see it but don't care and only smell profits, money), but china is still a ruled by a Communist Government who decides for the people include how much they will earn.
It is impossible to compete with SLAVE wages paid to Chinese workers. When some of the new millionaire Chinese have been interviewed the most common response is they want use their new wealth to get out of China.
lt would be nice to send FidoDido to China. Maybe he would like it enough to stay there. Poor China.
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