There has been quite a bit of discussion out there about American manufacturers bringing business and jobs back to the United States. I’ve written about this before because I have an especial interest in American manufacturing and small business in particular. Before we either break out the champagne or lock ourselves back into the closet, [...]
|By: TobyWollin Saturday August 7, 2010 2:29 pm|
|By: Leo W. Gerard Wednesday July 28, 2010 8:23 am|
Shuttered U.S. factories and off-shored manufacturing are sapping American strength. Late in April, 58 percent of 1,000 likely voters told pollsters they believed America’s economy no longer led the world. They also said they supported enacting a national manufacturing policy to promote resurgence of domestic production — a return to the days of a robust Rosie the Riveter and a country that could secure its independence with dynamic manufacturing capability. Rosie said, “We Can Do It.” Americans believe we can still do it.
|By: Leo W. Gerard Monday January 11, 2010 8:01 am|
When U.S. companies or unions win trade cases, they anticipate those events being described as instances in which they’ve successfully proved to the U.S. International Trade Commission that China violated international trade rules. Instead, the media have repeatedly characterized the imposition of tariffs as Americans unnecessarily picking fights with the Chinese.