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By: Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press The U.S. trade deficit widened in August from July because exports fell to the lowest level in six months. The wider deficit likely dragged on already-weak economic growth.
By: National Association of Manufacturers Today more than 200 manufacturing companies participated in the first annual Manufacturing Day, a national event to highlight the importance of manufacturing to the U.S. economy and showcase the rewarding, highly skilled jobs available in … Continue reading
By: Michele Nash-Hoff, Can American Manufacturing Be Saved On August 23rd, the Economic Policy Institute released a briefing paper, “The China Toll ─ Growing U.S. trade deficit with China cost more than 2.7 million jobs between 2001 and 2011, with … Continue reading
By: Mark Shortt, Design-2-Part Many issues are at stake as the 2012 U.S. Presidential election approaches. Both candidates for President–the incumbent Pres. Barack Obama and the presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney–know that a healthy and growing U.S. manufacturing sector is … Continue reading
By: Jim T. Ryan, Central Penn Business Journal A new report from the Alliance for American Manufacturing suggests that a robust domestic manufacturing base could help stave off natural and manmade disasters to improve U.S. security.
By: Manufacturing.net According to a new report from Deloitte, America can reverse the decline in the manufacturing industry, but only if it encourages innovation, trains workers and addresses tax reform and regulations, while also investing in infrastructure and energy.
By: Ken Herman, statesman.com It’s OK, I guess, for some stuff to be made in China. Stuff you find in Chinatowns should be made in China. And there’s lots of stuff that doesn’t seem to be made anywhere but China.
By: Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) Washington, DC. May 22, 2012. In an effort to prevent trading partners from manipulating their currency, a broad cross-section of U.S. manufacturers and industrial groups today signed a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy … Continue reading
By Adam Belz, USA TODAY BURLINGTON, Iowa–Like many American cities, big factories define Burlington. For nearly 50 years, giant companies paid thousands of workers here good wages to build sparkplugs, backhoes, batteries and bombs.
As Told to Paula Kavilanz, CNN Money Keeping “Made in USA” alive and thriving has had its challenges. Here are six individuals — young Americans and factory veterans — who are committed to keeping that mission alive.