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Let’s look at the big picture

Sep 27, 2018

As the United States and Mexico finalize details of a trade agreement, the Trump administration has written a rule that Mexican auto manufacturers pay workers a $16 hourly wage or face a 2.5 percent tariff. But the extra taxes might…

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For you, it's a tax on a hotel stay. For Florida, it's money to clean up a large lagoon.

by Renata Sago Sep 27, 2018
The state rakes in a pretty penny on overnight hotel stays, and how that money should be spent has been a contentious issue lately.
Stephen Sharkey, who works for the Marine Resources Council, says the Indian River Lagoon had, at one point, the most biodiverse ecosystem in North America.
Renata Sago/Marketplace

As 70 mm film sees a comeback, who's running those projectors?

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Sep 27, 2018
A mainstream surge in the format meets a depleted projectionist industry.
Genevieve Havemeyer-King practices threading a 70 mm projector at the Alamo Drafthouse movie theater in Brooklyn, New York.
Peter Balonon-Rosen/Marketplace

More From This Episode

As the United States and Mexico finalize details of a trade agreement, the Trump administration has written a rule that Mexican auto manufacturers pay workers a $16 hourly wage or face a 2.5 percent tariff. But the extra taxes might be cheaper than raising wages. We’ll look at what a deal could mean for labor in Mexico, plus give an update on the World Trade Organization and trade talks with Japan. Then: 70 mm film is making a comeback in Hollywood, and that means there’s a revival in the fading film projectionist workforce. 

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Mystik Tash Sultana
Esperar Pra Ver Poolside, Fatnotronic
Brukstep (Atjazz Astro Remix) Mark de Clive-Lowe
Turnmills Maribou State

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