Capitalism unfair to owners

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    1) owners have to pay the very best wage possible or lose their best workers to those who pay the very best wages

    2) At the same time they have to have the very lowest price possible.

    This squeezes profits down to $0 so that in the end most owners face bankruptcy. All the benefits go to workers and consumers while owners are mostly cast into bankruptcy at a rate of 10,000 a month. 4 of 5 new businesses fail first year.
     
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    Yeah, China's a b*tch , eh?

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    I suppose if we subsidized owners more that would help the economy a lot.
     
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