Investing in Lady Liberty

The global debt crisis has forced manufacturers around the world – especially in Europe – to rethink how and where they make their products. Meanwhile, as the U.S. economy continues to strengthen, there is a renewed interest from foreign manufacturers in opening U.S.-based production and assembly plants. This issue of the GrayWay will provide opinions from leading economists and economic development officials on the state of the global economy and the outlook for the future of foreign industrial construction projects in the United States.

The global debt crisis has forced manufacturers around the world—especially in Europe—to rethink how and where they make their products. Meanwhile, as the U.S. economy continues to strengthen, there is a renewed interest from foreign manufacturers in opening U.S.-based production and assembly plants. This issue of the GrayWay will provide opinions from leading economists and economic development officials on the state of the global economy and the outlook for the future of foreign industrial construction projects in the United States.

January 31, 2012

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