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what does outsourcing on a countrys economy and on a business? how does it affect consumer prices, direct foreign investments, and business operations and profits

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    Outsourcing usually reduces consumer prices, brings in more foreign investments and produces more profits for businesses.

    At the same time, outsourcing lays off American workers, causing them to be unemployed and thus unable to buy the goods that keep our economy strong.

  • gov -

    those were for different things.. i need help with employment and standard of living now

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