Race to the Bottom

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Race to the Bottom - (expression)


This describes a situation in which employers try to undercut their competitors by cutting costs (usually labour costs). It can also refer to governments cutting taxes in order to attract businesses to base themselves in their countries.


Source: Adapted from Investopedia and Wikipedia
Example of Use: In an economically rational world, a race to the bottom is a sign of competition.