Category Archives: Manufacturing

Bringing Industry Back

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Earlier blog posts have included my interviews with furniture manufacturers taking a Made in America approach to revive the U.S. furniture industry. President Barack Obama has made serious efforts to promote U.S. manufacturing. Yet, the United States is not the only … Continue reading

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Not waiting for policy: manufacturers’ actions to bring manufacturing back

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U.S. manufacturing received a significant amount of attention during Pres. Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. While the president is talking about restoring U.S. manufacturing, what are manufacturers actually doing to regain their place in the U.S. economy? … Continue reading

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Raw Perspectives: Furniture Made in America

International Trade Examiner founder Dr. Sarita D. Jackson sat down with Karen Olson, the vice president of marketing for International Market Centers in High Point, NC. She discussed the return of furniture manufacturing to North Carolina through the emphasis on … Continue reading

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President Obama announces new trade enforcement agency

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During tonight’s State of the Union address, Pres. Barack Obama announced his vision for boosting productivity, increasing U.S. exports and ensuring that the U.S. economy benefits. Turning that vision into reality, the president announced the creation of a new trade … Continue reading

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U.S-China Trade Dispute, What Businesses Can Learn

In several GOP debates, the phrase trade war was thrown out in the war of words over international trade. Some are questioning whether the dispute between the United States and China over the latter’s subsidies for solar panel manufacturing will result in … Continue reading

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