Sorry guys. I did not include the workspace-costs, innovation costs over the last 50 yrs for said foundry/steel factory , so I think yours are running and making steel the world wants ?But I guess said steel-worker gets a full pension and state/governement Healthcare and benefits at 65 ??I'm not working in that branch but I gross € 40,000,-- a yr, 49% of that is going towards the mandatory government retiremend-fund, Healthcare and unemployment funds. I guess that our countries/governments in Northern europe have their workforce covered from start to grave, how is that in the US with those expensive steel-workers ???And NO , I dont want a pissing contest over this, I just dont understand the reasoning by the current US-Government
The problem with a trade deficit is that a country is buying more than it sells pricewise.