The equitable remedy that would be to lose a job but to gain cheaper products for others and opportunity for creation of more jobs; in a vacuum sounds great. However, in a real application we will see the facts that the lose of one job leads to another. Then finally a whole industry. After that the workers then lose the skill to work that industry. Which means that industry is gone. If this happens to many times, as we have seen in the USA. Where we have just lost more than 10 industries in our economy to the Communist Chinese. Then what we see is a comparative non equitable deficiency in opportunity creation.
This means that we are losing more opportunity than we can create. This then means that even if you have a product that is cheaper. If the people who have jobs have to pay more taxes, and lose their wages as their is more competition, the product really is no longer cheaper. Along these lines, there is a necessary element to help out ones neighbors and allow a certain amount of lost opportunity to help spread the international wealth. However, again once that becomes a serious strain on ones own country and domestic necessary overhead we see the need to cut back on the loss of opportunity for our home and overhead.
Then at the point in which the neighbor we have helped becomes richer and more powerful than the helper. It is time to once again look at the dismal affects of our soft power foreign macro economic policies. It is not cheaper to have cheap products but lose opportunity. It is proper if there is a necessary element of balance. However, if your neighbor is greedy and wishes to take your house from you. Then they will not care so much when it is time for you to be able to produce value. In which the neighbor will then buy your house and rent it back to you. Furthermore, the neighbor will loan you the money on which you allowed them to take via your houses opportunities.
So if the USA values its domestic sovereignty and the ability to provide for its own overhead and people. It would be a lost sort of common sense, in which needs to be regained in cognition. That we balance our loss of opportunity to the gain of cheap products. In which we need to re balance and thus, create a proper fair game of competition with our neighbors.
For example, when you go from making 20-30 dollars an hour. All the way down to about $10 or so like many industries that we have lost due to hard core cartel activity. A cheap pair of shoes is not cheap anymore and the PBJ is like fancy nice healthy salad. At the point when you give all your shirts to your neighbor and you do not have enough to get through the work week. In which you are left with dirty shirts each day. That is when you know your neighbor is not being so neighborly. Especially if they try and sell you back your shirts, or even charge interest to borrow your own shirts.
"n other words, it could be stated that economic growth is the measure of the value added services needed to bring natural resources to the market for consumption "