Question: The problem with Asian sweatshops is that there are not
“The problem with Asian sweatshops is that there are not enough of them.”--Charles Wheelan, Naked Economics, p. 20. How is Wheelan’s statement illustrative of the concept that every market transaction makes all parties better off?
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