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Public Policy and Mangement
Yan Tang
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by eleggio on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PPD 225 at University of Southern California taught by Yan Tang in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Public Policy and Mangement in Planning, Public Policy & Management at University of Southern California.

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Date Created: 09/13/16
Points 1. Local pharmacies have a “gentleman’s agreement” and the profit margin is way too high for the prices that the MegaStore has at their pharmacy. This negatively affects the citizens of Chinle, especially the elderly who rely on these types of medicine. The lower prices of the MegaStore would allow them to spend far less on pharmaceuticals and more on other aspects of their lives, including the stores downtown with higher prices then the MegaStore. 2. The MegaStore would lose Chinle’s old world charm that has graced the city for decades. It makes their town unique and if they should give into huge super stores the city would loose it’s real tourists and the money flow they bring in. 3. There will be a creation of minimum wage jobs and entry-level professional positions further increasing employment in the city, and helping the economy. 4. The MegaStore could hurt sales at small businesses in the area, “completely devastating the downtown” area. Furthermore, the MegaStore would hire employees who will read of the box rather than giving you real advice that the small businesses in the town would. 5. Draw more tourists and campers that will provide more traffic to the city and further revenue. Furthermore, more people will begin to fish at Lake Chinle.


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