Will the U.S. Finally Get a National Manufacturing Strategy? June 2, 2011Posted by Jeff Fuchs in government, manufacturing.
Tags: government, manufacturing
America has lost 5.5 million manufacturing jobs over the past decade, and members of Congress are now introducing legislation to require the development of a national manufacturing strategy to curtail the trend. Representative Dan Lipinski and Senator Sherrod Brown have sponsored bills that have gained support on both sides of the political aisle to help America keep its competitive edge. America recently lost its title as the leading goods producer in the world to China –a loss that cannot be taken lightly.
Read the IndustryWeek article here.