Now this doesn’t surprise me at all. While sales of cars tank over here, business is booming in China. In producing a good number of goods in the U.S., and sending them more of our jobs every month, it’s no surprise that China is experiencing a boom in their economy.
With increased taxation driving more of our jobs over there, giving them a few more cars to drive doesn’t come without a large price. And it’s a price that I rather not pay.
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