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The Ex-Im Bank is Reauthorized, But Hurdles Remain

President Obama last week signed legislation that reopened the Export-Import Bank of the United States, but currently the agency’s under-manned board will prevent it from approving transactions over $10 million.
President Obama last week signed legislation that reopened the Export-Import Bank of the United States, but currently the agency’s under-manned board will prevent it from approvin… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/ex-im-bank-reauthorized-hurdles-remain/

Can the Government Spawn Vibrant Manufacturing Clusters?

By now the notion of economic clusters as geographic collections of companies in complementary industries and supported educational institutions and government agencies is well-known. Classic examples such as the high tech cluster known as Silicon Valley …
Popular Discussions By now the notion of economic clusters as geographic collections of companies in complementary industries and supported educational institutions and governme… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/can-government-spawn-vibrant-manufacturing-clusters/

Manufacturing's Economic Impact Goes Beyond Jobs

In recent weeks, several pundits and a few economists have begun to question the importance of manufacturing to the economy because, they say, manufacturing doesn't create enough jobs.
Popular Discussions In recent weeks, several pundits and a few economists have begun to question the importance of manufacturing to the economy because, they say, manufacturing … http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/manufacturings-economic-impact-goes-beyond-jobs/

Is a Manufacturing Resurgence Within Our Grasp?

Based on a number of rather modest policy changes, the United States could experience a manufacturing resurgence that would lead to stronger economic growth, higher employment levels in the industry, and an improved standard of living for the country over…
Posted by David Brousell on Apr 1, 2013 9:21:43 AM Based on a number of rather modest policy changes, the United States could experience a manufacturing resurgence that would l… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/manufacturing-resurgence-within-our-grasp/

Where the Manufacturing Jobs Really Are

As the election season in the U.S. groans into high gear, not a week goes by that you don’t see news photos of a prominent candidate sporting unfortunate protective clothing and touring a manufacturing plant. The message is clear: I’m concerned about crea…
As the election season in the U.S. groans into high gear, not a week goes by that you don’t see news photos of a prominent candidate sporting unfortunate protective clothing… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/blog/where-manufacturing-jobs-really-are/

U.S. Exports to China Boom

What does $104 billion buy in China? A lot of products from the United States, including crops, computers, chemicals, planes, and, well, junk.
What does $104 billion buy in China? A lot of products from the United States, including crops, computers, chemicals, planes, and, well, junk. Those are the top five exports fr… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/us-exports-china-boom/

Is There a Chinese Car in Your Future?

Chinese car maker Geely Automobile this week reported that its sales rose 43% last year to 20.1 billion yuan, while its net profit was up 16% for the year.
Chinese car maker Geely Automobile this week reported that its sales rose 43% last year to 20.1 billion yuan, while its net profit was up 16% for the year. In order to keep up wit… http://wsww.manufacturing-executive.com/discussion/there-chinese-car-your-future/

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