The concrete paving industry wants a level playing field in Georgia, where asphalt covers 95 percent of the state’s roads.
By Benita M. Dodd
What if you were told that 95 percent of Georgians are using a product that may not always be the best value for money?
What if you were told that 95 percent of Georgia’s roads are asphalt, even though that may not always be the best value for money?
“The whole point of competition in the market is to create economic efficiency
which, by its very nature, means eliminating the less efficient producers,” economist and syndicated columnist Thomas Sowell wrote recently.
Georgia’s concrete paving companies aren’t inefficient, but they have been overlooked. Working to…