NEW YORK — I just want to say thank you for the great work that you do, and for all the amazing people who put you out there.
But as I’m sure you know, the president just announced today that we are banning the sale of electronic circuits for sale in the United States.
I don’t think it’s good for the country, and I don’t agree with it.
I just hope that this doesn, too.
And if it becomes a pattern, that’s a very, very serious thing, I think, for the future of the country.
Electronic circuit sellers are already struggling to keep up with the current regulatory changes, and there are fears that this ban could hurt them as well.
As we’ve noted, some of the most common electronic circuits used in electronics today are those that are sold in large-format electronic retail outlets, which typically have much higher margins.
That’s why many circuit makers have decided to sell circuits directly to consumers.
This means that, in some cases, a circuit maker could make a circuit that costs $10,000 and only take $5,000 of it to make the circuit.
The other $5 or $6 of the circuit is sold directly to a consumer.
If we’re going to ban these, I just think that that’s not good for our economy.
It’s not a fair way to go about it.
The Electronic Circuit Manufacturers Association, a trade group for electronic circuit makers, says the ban would “lead to an increase in sales of lower-quality circuit products, and that could lead to more expensive prices and less choice for consumers.”
“Electronic products are not a luxury, they are a necessity to run a business,” says Joe Cacciari, executive vice president of the trade group.
“We need a vibrant economy, and the president’s actions today should help to ensure that the American consumer has access to a full range of products in the future.”