BottomLine Co-Founder Miro Copic discusses the economic impact that a possible border shutdown will have U.S. businesses. He also discusses the challenges Amazon is facing in the grocery business. Copic finishes the segment discussing the implication for consumers of a recent survey that said Americans borrow $88 billion (an average of $2,800 per person) to pay for healthcare. And most American’s either avoid necessary medical treatment altogether or they cut back on other expenses to pay for healthcare. Despite a robust economy, Copic notes that this is unsustainable for consumers. (KPBS News – 4/5/19)

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