Johan Norberg's The Noble Feat Of Nike?
I see many homeless people on the streets and a lot of children in their teens are working instead of going to school. In Vietnam, they have a very low status economy compare to the U.S. I converted one hundred U.S dollars into Vietnamese dong and that translate to around over two million dong. With that amount of money you can enjoy yourself in a fancy hotel in Saigon. My point is that if the Nike pays the Vietnamese workers the same amount in America, they may turn out to be millionaires in Vietnam. Norberg once said “If I was an anti-globalist, I would stop complaining about Nike’s bad wage. If there is a problem, it is that is wages are too high, so that they are almost luring doctors and teacher away from their important jobs.” In other words, why should I be a doctor, a teacher and etc. if I can just work for Nike and get paid more? This is why I think is reasonable to pay in Vietnamese currency, which translate to only fifty four U.S dollars a