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2 years ago - 1 minutes read

It definitely has, I've been having a few meetings in regards to how this will change economies and at its core employment for people.

If things are made locally then it can support growth and development but many things are still made overseas.

Australia recently announced it had invented COVID19 killing masks. A great success, except they're not being made here.

People always look for the lowest dollar but it costs jobs. Now that we're shifting back to locally made it will cause issues around affordability, things at the bottom need to be lifted but at a slow rate or things will collapse.

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