An eight-point plan to restore American competitiveness

Economist excerpt

Therefore, competitiveness requires a business environment that enables businesses and workers to be highly productive over the long run. Both American firms and workers thrived historically because the United States was the most productive place to do business. America retains core strengths, but unneeded costs of doing business have crept in, skills have eroded, critical assets have deteriorated, perverse incentives for businesses have taken hold and the nation’s fiscal stability has weakened severely.



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