U.S. Health Care Costs Major Advantage to Underdeveloped Countries

I'll bet that very few of you knew that "For each mid-size car DaimlerChrysler AG builds at one of its U.S. plants, the company pays about $1,300 to cover employee health care costs--more than twice the cost of the sheet metal in the vehicle." The $2 trillion that the United States will spend on health care this year is causing nearly all U.S. businesses to be at a distinct disadvantage when competing internationally. That is why so many companies outsource overseas. At mercola.com we are...

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