A Reader Cites The Economist On The Oldest Profession And Immigration
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September 17, 2004

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An Economist Reader Says It's Better Than WSJ If You Read Carefully

From: Ryan Kennedy [email him]

More Re: Life on Planet Economist, by Martin Hutchinson

SIR: Among your correspondent's litany of Economist citations on the problems caused by mass immigration, he forgot the Economist's very latest: some female immigrants to the U.K. are doing "work that native working girls won't do."  As the editors put it," Immigration seems to be having a predictable effect on commercial sex: real prices are falling, consumption rising and indigenous workers struggling." [It's a foreigner's game Sep 2nd 2004 The Economist]

Or as I call it, "In-and-out-sourcing."

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