Tell you what: I’ll note them when they show up and list them out next time we have this discussion.
That seems like the best, least-intrusive way.
You’ll have a handful of isolated instances. Probably almost all of them new. None of them affecting all businesses. Probably none of them affecting all manufacturing, except maybe indirectly through energy prices.
Also, earlier you mentioned China not forcing blended fuels. Okay, but a gallon of gasoline in California which is usually a high price state is still cheaper than a gallon of gasoline in China. So even though we have regs affecting the price, it still hasn’t put us at a disadvantage to China.
The wage differentials are the key. And that alone requires us to protect our market, unless we want to see every industry that can be moved off-shore, moved offshore.