Analysts: Boycotting Foreign Goods May Hurt U.S. Economy Some business groups warn lawmakers to tone down anti-European rhetoric, saying that urging the public to boycott foreign products could put Americans out of work. One economist says European firms employ more than four million Americans and account for three-quarters of all foreign investment in the United States. Hear NPR's Kathleen Schalch.
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Analysts: Boycotting Foreign Goods May Hurt U.S. Economy

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Analysts: Boycotting Foreign Goods May Hurt U.S. Economy

Analysts: Boycotting Foreign Goods May Hurt U.S. Economy

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Some business groups warn lawmakers to tone down anti-European rhetoric, saying that urging the public to boycott foreign products could put Americans out of work. One economist says European firms employ more than four million Americans and account for three-quarters of all foreign investment in the United States. Hear NPR's Kathleen Schalch.