Two questions about US imports/exports- anyone know?

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Asked at 2012-09-28 02:06:02
I know the U.S. trade has a pretty wild deficite - we import more than we export . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus This is my theory , I think the U.S. is able to be completely self-sufficient economically - not everything foreign dependence . Is there a valid reason (besides the things we've heard about wages ) can not be self-sufficient ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Is there anything that you really need that amount can not be 100 % produced / manufactured here within our borders ( including portions of the oceans that control us ) ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Feel free to comment on any issue .
Answer1OttAnswered at 2012-07-14 00:44:02
No, not "build " , you pay money to hire a contractor to rebuild.

However, one of the exclusions of your policy, is the " latent defect " or " poor workmanship " .

Your problem is not sudden and accidental "loss" . Labor is wrong. I agree, its cover is a danger, but I do not think that insurance will cover . They give you three months to replace any that you, or you cancel .

It sounds to me also , as before the wrong kind of wood, or nails were too big for the tables.
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