Comment 94074

By arienc (registered) | Posted November 01, 2013 at 10:10:32 in reply to Comment 94073

Exactly...in fact, eliminating government subsidy for goods movement can actually benefit local economies. Currently a subsidy enables goods to be shipped longer distances at lower cost, meaning that there is greater incentive to produce goods farther away from home. By reducing this subsidy, producers are more likely to locate closer to their markets, which means more local jobs.

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