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Manufacturing Loss Costs More than Just Jobs

An ex Photocircuits engineer says the gutting of US manufacturing has led to a huge shift in ownership of US assets, with dire consequences for all Americans. “With only a very small manufacturing base left, there is a small need to make … Continue reading

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US Commitments

When I heard early this month that Foxconn (Hon Hai) chief Terry Gou offered to train Americans in electronic manufacturing I recalled one of Apple’s excuses for putting its production in Asia, much of which went to Foxconn which now … Continue reading

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US to China: Ours is Bigger

Two things jump out in this article about the the US manufacturing economy and the world’s greatest engineering school, MIT*. First, that manufacturing as a percentage of US economic output is on a short-term rise, albeit a slight one, growing … Continue reading

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Grove on Manufacturing

Andy Grove’s article today in Business Week on revitalizing manufacturing is a must-read. Happy July 4th!

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