For example, Nike, a sport shoe company based in Oregon, used to have five manufacturing plants in the United States ... These days, they contract out those jobs to factories in Asia. ... Then they market them to the retailer for about $28; the retailer will try to sell this pair of shoes for $70. ... pay off a few people, you can pretty much do whatever you want when you slam that factory gate shut in the morning.
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