American Manufacturing - Michael just published one of my new (very timely) articles. It begins:

“Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spent time discussing the loss of American manufacturing jobs in last night’s presidential debate. In a recent trip to the San Francisco Bay area, I met with some Silicon Valley professionals. There seems to be a group consensus regarding manufacturing challenges.

“Though we can bring manufacturing jobs back to America, it’s not as easy as we may think. There are many factors involved. Of course, one problem is that high taxes are driving manufacturing out of America. Certainly, all the regulations and restrictions are another problem. In addition, it’s well known that wages in this country are so high that we can’t compete with foreign companies. But there are a few other challenges that are not quite as well known”…

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“In Response To The First Presidential Debate: The Silicon Valley Buzz On Manufacturing”
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