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Buying American could create 400 jobs in Indiana, but will the feds do it? Industrial forklift maker Hoist Liftruck is hoping to ride a wave of Buy American sentiment into a lucrative contract to make container handlers that U.S. military forces could use on rough terrain.
Made in USA Products Open Call Now through June 28, 2017 Walmart is having its 4th Annual Open Call for suppliers and manufacturers of Made in USA products. Learn more here.
Chinese imports could threaten 65,000 jobs in rail car industry If the United States allows some of China's largest producers of freight rail cars into the country, they could end up eliminating up to 65,000 U.S. jobs, according to a study released Monday.
Is your cell phone secretly sending data to China? Software Discovered in Some US Phones Secretly Sends Data to China. According to The New Times security contractor pre-installed software was recently discovered in some Android phones.
Teeth Being Restored and Jobs Being Reshored There is money in dentistry and it is for the most part a recession proof industry. However, times change for good or bad and the US based dental manufacturing industry suffered setbacks. Now 3D printing is bringing back to the US from China.
Polaris plant in Milford, IA discontinues manufacturing, 330 jobs to be impacted Production in Milford will be transferred to other plants in Alabama, Minnesota and California between now and the end of the year.
 Sears selling Craftsman to Stanley Black & Decker CEO Ed Lampert promised to re-Americanize the brand by adding jobs in the United States as it shifts Craftsman manufacturing to its own plants stateside.
What does Made in USA actually mean? The Made in USA label is protected by the Federal Trade Commission and the standards are stricter than you might think. Just making your product in the USA does not mean you can label it Made in USA.
Intel plans to invest 7 billion in factory in Arizona Krzanich confirmed to CNBC that the investment over the next three to four years would be to complete a previous plant that was started and then left vacant.
Obama Bans US Imports of Slave-Produced Goods Federal officials are preparing to enforce an 86-year-old ban on importing goods made by children or slaves under new provisions of a law signed by President Barack Obama.