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This speaker overlooks the other side of the coin. Where and how will the spending effects of this new found money play out.
When 'new money' enters an economy is upsets the current basis of value. I will compete against existing buyers and sellers in many ways that will eventually result in inflation of prices, a condition of too many dollars chasing too few goods. More goods will need to be brought into the point of entry of the 'New money' to meet the artificially created demand. who will win, and who will loose in this exchange?
New sources of supplies will have to be created which disrupts the balances of price and demand in the suppliers market. The most efficient suppliers will win and the marginal will fall away. US can produce food more economically than can Bangladesh and other underdeveloped economies. They will loose in the competitive market against cheaper stocks from the US in the bidding war for these 'new dollars'.