Cheap labour - reason for protection, Managerial Economics

Cheap Labour 

It is often argued that the economy must be protected from imports which are produced with cheap, or 'sweated", labour.  Some people argue that buying foreign imports from low wage countries amounts not only to unfair competition, but continues to encourage the exploitation of cheap labour in those countries as well as undermining the standard of living of those in high wage economies.

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