In the United States (U.S.), policy planning for industrial development is not new. The federal government currently formulates and implements policies designed to foster the growth of the industrial sector. The current debate should not focus on the merits of a comprehensive national industrial policy over federal non-involvement, rather it should address the degree to which the federal government should become involved in specific areas affecting industrial development. This article will analyze the appropriate role for the federal government in its efforts to eliminate the current U.S. balance of trade deficit.
Attacking the Trade Deficit,
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