Countries all over the world have adopted national manufacturing strategies-- now it's our turn

Posted by Anonymous on 04/28/2011

Here in the United States, we don’t have a national manufacturing strategy. Strangely, it seems like everyone else does. Here are just a few examples of countries and soevereign states around the world that have adopted such strategies:




The United Kingdon


New Zealand



It’s about time that the U.S. follows suit and adopts a national manufacturing strategy that will strengthen domestic manufacturing and reform our trade policies. We must urge congress to adopt a strategy to create more exports, more jobs, more innovation and more growth.

Click here to learn more about AAM’s plan for a national manufacturing strategy.

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