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Do you understand what tax incentives are?
Round numbers were used for the sake of simplicity. If you want to get technical, consider the local businesses in town who will see more business because those 700 jobs are still around. The service industry for instance, where not onlythe business but also the waitresses and waiters seeing more customers and earning more in tips.
I dont recall soecifically a tarrif on imported goods being used to strongarm businesses to source raw materials locally.
Donald Trump certainly adds to the joy and gaiety of politics, but that doesn't mean that he's not capable of some entirely crackpot economic ideas. One example? What he's just told the New York Times he wants to try: a 45% tax on all imports from China. This is not just abject populism, but also somewhere between foolish and insane as a piece of economic policy.