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In 2005, manufacturing workers in the United States earned an average wage of $23.65 per hour.

The same year

manufacturing workers in Mexico earned an average wage of $2.63 per hour. How

can U.S. manufacturers possibly compete? Why isn't all manufacturing done in Mexico and other

low wage countries?

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How U.S manufacturers can compete. The can give competitive wages to their workers. Give incentives and... View the full answer

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