Sorry folks, we got a bit behind over the weekend and are just now getting around to posting this week’s radio show for you to enjoy. In any event, this week, we begin by talking with George Mason University Economics Department Chairman Donald Boudreaux on trade deficits. Then, the President the of Association of Washington Business joins NAM Senior Vice President Pat Cleary for a discussion on Competitiveness and a preview of the the 2006 Competitiveness Redbook. Later, we hear from Commerce Department Undersecretary Frank Lavin on the high cost of sugar and its impact on American jobs and then we speak with Mike Schmid, Managing Partner for Marketing at new NAM member, the Wolfgang Candy Company of York, PA. All this along with music by Bobby McFerrin and The Archies.
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