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CPA Urges USTR to Revise Country-of-Origin Labeling for Food Imports The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today urged US Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer to pursue country-of-origin labeling (COOL) issues in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
China's Admission to World Trade Organization the Reason for Millions of lost U.S. manufacturing jobs, Not Automation Millions of Americans who lost manufacturing jobs during the 2000s have always known China was to blame, not robots.
Oldest Candy Company May Go Out of Business. Consumers React by Hoarding Necco Wafers Hard to believe this chalky treat has such a cult like following. The Necco Wafter is one candy that people either love or absolutely hate. Either way it looks like the oldest operating candy company may be shuttering its doors soon.
Class Action Lawsuit Challenges New Balance Made in USA Claims The plaintiffs contend that New Balance has been able to overcharge consumers for the allegedly mislabeled shoes. According to the lawsuit, consumers are more inclined to purchase American-made products and will pay a premium for them.
Chinese Owned SmithField Foods Says Tariffs Imposed by China on Imports Will Create Headaches As China decides to slap tariffs on $3 billion worth of U.S. imports, including pork products it will have a direct impact on one of their own companies that operates in the US. Smithfield Foods has been owned by China since 2013.
India's JSW Group Adding 500 New Jobs to Texas Economy The steel plant located in Baytown, TX will employ 500 people and the average salary will be $65,000 per employee. Perhaps this will encourage more American owned companies to bring more jobs to local economies and provide jobs for Americans.
Why is Smithfield Foods, Owned by China Treating North Carolina Like the Developing World? Loose business and environmental regulations, especially in red states, which have made the U.S. an increasingly attractive place for foreign companies to offshore costly and harmful business practices.
US Steel To Reopen Idle Plant and Call Back 500 Employees Because of Tariffs If you don't make stuff, you can't have a strong country. You can't protect yourself and you go by the way of Greece or maybe Puerto Rico said U.S. Steel CEO David Burritt.
One Week After Trump Imposed Tariffs on Imported Solar Panels Chinese Firm Creates Loophole A Chinese solar manufacturer has authorized the company to finalize planning for the construction of an advanced solar manufacturing facility in the U.S.
2,500 Jobs Created as Production of Ram Heavy Duty pickup trucks Shifted from Mexico to USA Fiat Chrysler said it would create 2,500 jobs at a factory in Warren, Michigan, near Detroit, where the Ram 1500 is currently built, and FCA will invest $1 billion in the facility in 2020.
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