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  • Đại lý xe đẩy hàng chuyên bán phân phối các loại xe đẩy hàng từ xe đẩy hàng 2 bánh cho đến xe đẩy hàng 4 bánh các loại trong nước sản xuất như xe đẩy hàng Phong Thạnh cho đến xe nhập khẩu như xe đẩy hàng Prestar của Nhật, Sumo của thái lan, Advindeq của trung quốc chất lượng bảo hành 1 năm
    Do you think businesses all would pass on cost increases to consumers?

    I think one or a few would take a hit, and thus real wages increase. The problem is big guys like Walmart or some other conglomerate eating up more hits just run the smaller competitors out. Sell below cost for a little. Government would have to be immediately active against this.

    But in a competing environment I think some companies would, in effect, distribute more of their profit to Labour and this downward push on price to other competitors would mean that prices not rise as much as the new minimum wage, thus real growth.

    Thoughts? Especially if afterwards wages were indexed to inflation.
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