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America Last 20 American-Born Companies that Have Sold Out to Foreign Interests Breitbart News has compiled a list some of these businesses, including Budweiser, Motorola, 7-Eleven, General Electric, Smithfield Foods, and Legendary Entertainment.
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.
Is buying American really being American? Making products in the US is not inherently bad or good. There are advantages and disadvantages to outsourcing. The best indicator of where to produce a product is clearly economic analysis done by the company itself.
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.
Buy American or Else. GOP plan to kill import cost tax write offs has retail industries alarmed. Republicans in the House of Representatives and President elect Donald Trump seem prepared to deal a blow to import dependent companies with taxes aimed at penalizing them for not buying Made in America goods.
Tesla Gigafactory Brings Battery Cell Production to the US One interesting takeaway from this news is that by bringing cell production to the U.S., Model 3 will likely become the world's most American-made vehicle. After Tesla brings cell production from Japan to the U.S. for its vehicles.
Ford cancels Mexico plant. Will create 700 US jobs Just hours before the Ford announcement, Trump criticized GM for producing cars in Mexico. All of the big car manufacturers currently have some production in Mexico.
Trump reaches deal to keep 1,000 jobs at Indiana plant from moving to Mexico Bray said he and other workers were waiting to hear details about how many jobs would remain in Indiana, which jobs would remain, and what the president-elect had done to persuade Carrier to keep 1,000 jobs in the state.
Help Wanted U.S. Manufacturers Are Working to Close the Skills Gap Companies are creating jobs in the United States, and foreign enterprises are investing at record levels. The manufacturing economy is $2 trillion strong and supports about one in six American jobs.
Not made in America? California bullet train officials seek exemption to buy foreign parts The California bullet train agency has begun a legal effort to import a significant amount of foreign equipment for its future Los Angeles-to-San Francisco system, a move that could prove politically controversial.
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