The Week in Review: National manufacturing strategies, more toxic Chinese drywall, and trade laws in action
More families have experienced the nightmare of living in homes made with toxic Chinese drywall.
AAM discussed the need for a national manufacturing strategy. Along those lines, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) released a report about a national manufacturing strategy, and we took a look at a few of the many countries that already have such strategies in place.
Continental AG plans to build a new consumer tire manufacturing plant in the United States, providing further proof that trade laws work.
Donald Trump talks tough on China…but we learned that his clothing line is actually made in China.
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