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Do business regulations actually help are economy, or do they just eliminate competition by out sourcing small business?
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+ 0 11 replies 0 views Apr 14, 2015 |
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It helps the society.
It's does quite the opposite.
No it doesn't.
They hurt the small business. I've never worked for anyone but myself. Used to employ over 4,000 now down to 14. Wasn't worth it to me to fight anymore.
No... the regulations drain cash flow and capital from small businesses, its lifeblood. Consequently... this creates higher cost of goods... therefore prices... aka inflation!
Inflation caused by govt policies is never a wise or good decision.
Depends on what the regulation is I suppose. Antitrust laws certainly exist to preserve competition on the market, but not all regulations are that directly idealistic.
A lot of times it just destroys the small guy and gets rid of competition.
not a one word answer....for the most part regulations help by keeping cannibalistic capitalism under control but there are some unintended consequences to rules and regulations
strange interest for on here but an important one....what else is on your mind
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