REUTERS TV: Walmart's re-shoring is "enlightened self-interest"
As reported by Reuters yesterday:
Alliance for American Manufacturing's Executive Director Scott Paul criticizes Walmart's role in U.S. manufacturing, but says the company's scale may encourage other retailers to re-shore as well.
Yes, the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) has often expressed criticism of Walmart's massive importing of goods from China. The retailing juggernaut has attempted to improve its image on the subject in recent years, though, by implementing a plan to purchase more Made-in-USA items. But some of that may just be corporate "red-white-and-blue-washing."
AAM President Scott Paul was interviewed yesterday on the subject:
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