Long-Term Growth in U.S. Manufacturing Industry Expected

Many countries offer cheaper land and labor than the United States but manufacturing here has maintained a steady growth of over 3 percent annually for decades. Some experts believe this is due to the stability of the U.S. government’s fiscal policies, a reliable workforce, and access to the U.S. supply chain.

August 05, 2011

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