Caption: THE AVERAGE JOE MAKES A POINT
THE AVERAGE JOE MAKES A POINT 

OUTSOURCING OF AMERICAN AGRICULTURE

From: Joseph Carraro
Series: THE AVERAGE JOE
Length: 04:07

The threat of Chinese predatory pricing on the agricultural industry--specifically how it has hurt California-grown garlic sales--as a precursor to the eroding of the American economy ability to produce products for export, leaving us solely to consume and become slaves to foreign-made goods of dubious quality and/or safety.

Default-2_small Joe Carraro discusses the threat of Chinese predatory pricing on the agricultural industry--specifically how it has hurt California-grown garlic sales--as a precursor to the eroding of the American economy ability to produce products for export, leaving us solely to consume and become slaves to foreign-made goods of dubious quality and/or safety.

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Joe Carraro discusses the threat of Chinese predatory pricing on the agricultural industry--specifically how it has hurt California-grown garlic sales--as a precursor to the eroding of the American economy ability to produce products for export, leaving us solely to consume and become slaves to foreign-made goods of dubious quality and/or safety.