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Many manufacturing businesses in the US where wiped out, by low-cost imports from Asia, especially China. Many other companies moved their production from US to China. The manufacturing employment was reduced by about 6 million jobs.
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There are many ways to save money on groceries, such as clipping coupons or buying generic brands in lieu of name brands. However, another way to cut costs is to skip the supermarket altogether to purchase locally grown food.
Often, the food you purchase will be high quality, organic and better for your health than processed foods. Plus, you'll support your local economy. While you may believe that buying locally produced food is difficult, the option is available to you at numerous locations.
Chesapeake Bay Candle's U.S. factory in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
By: Chris Morris, Special to CNBC.com
Published: Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Chesapeake Bay Candle never thought twice about offshoring its manufacturing when the company started 17 years ago. To make the product it wanted, each candle had to be handmade, and there was no cost effective way to do that in the United States.
Bottles of Razor Wit Belgian Style White Ale on a conveyor belt at Highland Brewing. The Brewers Association defines craft beer as that made by a relatively small, local or regional brewery, producing fewer than 6 million barrels annually, and that is less than 25% owned by big brewers. Photo Credit: John C. Fletcher for USA TODAY
By Chuck Raasch, USA TODAY
May 25, 2012
Oscar Wong has been a beer man since the day he and a buddy caught the lusty aroma of a homemade brew from a janitor's Pepsi bottle back at his alma mater, Notre Dame University.
Author, 'Can American Manufacturing be Saved? Why We Should and How We Can'
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How would you like to go shopping and find that everywhere you went, the label said "Made in the World" instead of "Made in China," "Made in India," "Made in USA" etc.? The label on products Americans purchase that names the country in which they are made may soon be gone. How could this be possible?
AMC operates 346 cinemas mostly in the United States and Canada
By Calum MacLeod, USA TODAY | May 21, 2012
BEIJING – The Chinese are coming — to your local movie theater. With the fanfare from Superman, and toasts of red wine, representatives of Chinese company Wanda signed a deal in Beijing Monday morning to buy AMC, the second-largest theater chain in the USA.
A Boeing 747-8 Freighter is shown during a tour of the Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental and Freighter assembly line on Saturday, February 12, 2011 at the Boeing plant in Everett. Photo: Joshua Trujillo, Seattlepi.com / SL
By AUBREY COHEN, SEATTLEPI.COM STAFF
Published: Friday, May 25, 2012
Seattle is leading a manufacturing recovery in the United States, Forbes reported Thursday.
U.S. factories have been expanding for more than 33 months, thanks in part to China's rising wages, intellectual property protection concerns and other issues, Forbes said. It ranked 65 metropolitan areas by recent growth trends, job growth over the past five and 10 years, and the manufacturing momentum.
Jobs that largely left for Asia still find a niche, above, in North Carolina
ROBBINSVILLE, N.C.--Stanley Furniture Co. - is betting baby cribs are among the few things Americans will pay a hefty premium for just because they carry a "Made in the U.S.A." label.
The 88-year-old company recently shifted its crib manufacturing back to the U.S. from China, to a sprawling factory here that not long ago was earmarked for closure along with Stanley's other two domestic plants. Today, the Robbinsville factory is an oddity in an industry that has been abandoning the U.S. because of costs: It is growing and investing over $8 million in new machinery.
WASHINGTON | 5/24/2012
Joel Kotkin, Contributor
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In this still tepid recovery, the biggest feel-good story has been the resurgence of American manufacturing. As industrial production has fallen in Europe and growth has slowed in China, U.S. factories have continued an expansion that has stretched on for over 33 months. In April, manufacturing growth was the strongest in 10 months.
The folks at Ann Arbor Builders started building their next Made in America home on this lot on a gorgeous blue sky day, back on the 27th of April, 2012. We cannot wait to see the finished product! For more than 40 years, Ann Arbor Builders has been building some of the most beautiful and environmentally responsible homes in the Ann Arbor area. They are committed to building homes with American made products.
Our Made in America Commitment
In October 2011, The Boston Consulting Group confirmed that if every builder in the U.S. used just 5% more American made products, they would create 220,000 jobs. We decided to play our part.