Dec 26, 13 •
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Behavioral Economics, Businesses, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic Growth, Economic History, Environment, Government, Health Care, International Trade and Finance, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement •
Elaine Schwartz •
Our almond story starts on the demand side in China with a name change. Just like apricot kernals, California almonds had been called xing ren until the apricot kernel growers accused the Americans of “deceiving consumers.” Trying to minimize a
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