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Outsourcing Is Bad for the Economy?

OCTOBER 18, 2012 by TYLER WATTS

Politicians love blaming economic troubles on outsourcing. But outsourcing is fundamental to the creation of wealth--and it happens constantly, with nearly everything we buy, explains Tyler Watts.

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