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China to Open Robot Factory in Arkansas to Make Made in America Shirts Sometime in 2018 China will open the largest Sew Bot Factory in Arkansas and begin making shirts at a cost of only thirty-three cents each. While these shirts may have the Made in America label they will not be made by an American owned company.
Why we should move Americans to jobs instead of jobs to Americans The absurdity of tax incentives to create jobs reached new heights last month with Wisconsinís deal that will reportedly cost taxpayers more than $100,000 per job.
Onshoring increasing nicely in 2017 The number of companies bringing production back to the US or initiating production here has jumped since the 2016 election. In first quarter 2017 that number reached nearly 45,000, up from just over 30,000.
Buy American Laws Will Impact Supply Chains for Federal Contractors The Department of Defense and the Department of Commerce, together with the White House, are taking steps to ensure enforcement of Buy American Laws. It requires the federal government make a preference for domestic goods & manufactured products.
Reshoring growing but what's next? Let's keep the reshoring trend growing. For the first time in decades, more manufacturing jobs are returning to the United States than are going offshore.
USDA to Allow Chickens From U.S. to Be Shipped to China for Processing and Back to U.S. for Consumption Scores of Americans are in an uproar since Food Safety News revealed the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will soon allow U.S. chickens to be sent to China for processing before being shipped back to the states for human consumption.
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.
U.S. Clothing Production in China Is Slipping The good news is that far fewer clothes were imported from China in 2016 than 2015. The bad news is that companies are now looking to even lower-wage countries to produce their clothing.
GM and Chrysler have more workers in Mexico than Ford President elect Donald Trump has a huge problem with American jobs going to Mexico, especially when it comes to car manufacturing. Fiat Chrysler has 12,800 workers and GM has 15,000 in Mexico.
U.S. Rep. Tenney wants the Department of Defense to purchase flatware Made in America - UPDATED Tenney's amendment would ensure that the military buys only 100 percent American Made flatware with materials sourced in the United States Currently Sherill Manufacturing is now the only supplier wo makes their flatware in the USA.