Wednesday, 21 September 2011

British Party, Economic Policies: Small Industry

Small Industry
Economic production should be distributed on a local basis through small factories employing tens or hundreds of people rather than concentrated in very large establishments. Skilled individuals should be allowed to commence their own enterprise, preferably as members of a guild that ensures adherence to quality and fair trade.

Local industry should be protected from unfair competition from abroad, for example when imported manufacture does not comply with moral standards of production or has been obtained through a considerably lower wage than paid in Britain.

Men and women must be paid the same wage for the same work, and a flexible employment policy should allow both part time and full time employment.

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