Joe Jobs
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In Indonesia, reducing fuel subsidy strongly impacts the price of everyday goods. Why?
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Depends on some factors: A. Who pays the subsidy tax (depends on corruption) B. Corruption C. Cutting taxes (or not) after reducing the subsidy. A. If the (most of the) money for the subsidy tax is ...

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How will non-rich citizens make a living if jobs keep getting replaced by robots and are outsourced?
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For outsourcing the jobs to China/Bangladesh etc the solution is protectionism - and that doesn't mean isolationism. Just keep the trade deficit close to zero (the amount of jobs you are exporting by ...

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Is it possible to eliminate the U.S. national debt?
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Short answer: Of course it is possible: tax the rich instead of taxing the poor. Put a tax on 10% on the incomes of the rich and with the collected money you will pay a part of the public debt. But ...

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On trade, What justificaion does the USA have to accuse China of 'selling too much not buying enough from USA'
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When you start importing products from China, you are exporting your jobs to China. It's called outsourcing of jobs. That's ok as long as you are also exporting products in China, and then China is ...

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How much would it take to end global extreme poverty?
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No amount of money can save the poor people from having to pay for overpriced commodities. Give 100 billions of $US to each poor person today and the next day their corrupt politicians will increase ...

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