Exporting American Values and Standards
But more importantly, our inspectors and enforcers
Instead of military might, the United States can use its economic might to force the rest of the world to meet our expectations.
In order to protect Americans from cheap overseas labor, any product or service coming into the country must meet the minimum standards we set within our own country — including wage rates.
Foreign companies must submit their institutions to the appropriate inspection agencies from the United States, as well as pay for the privilege as the cost of gaining access to our vast market.