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Catching Up: Greater Focus Needed to Achieve a More Competitive Infrastructure
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Hundreds of counties across the country will be in violation of air laws
Congressional Inaction on Ex-Im Hurts Small Businesses and Manufacturers
Manufacturers lead the way in promoting a more environmentally sustainable future by creating and implementing products and processes that produce less waste, greater energy efficiency and lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The U.S. economy expanded at a 2.3 percent annualized pace in the second quarter, and revisions to the first quarter replaced the small contraction with 0.6 percent growth, putting the first half of the year roughly in line with expectations.
August 3, 2015
Allen Edmonds Corporation’s President and CEO Paul Grangaard sits down with Member Focus to discuss the company’s storied past—and promising future—in manufacturing.
Manufacturers rely on bilateral free trade agreements as a proven, practical way of eliminating foreign trade barriers and creating new markets for American products.
Health care spending continues to be one of the top concerns for manufacturers, and recent increases in health insurance premiums for most firms have deepened the frustration.
July 23, 2015
The NAM's Manufacturing Executive Leadership Program is a specially designed three-part program that will focus on the best techniques to engage and be successful with legislators and policymakers.
GOAL #1Attract Investment
GOAL #2Lead Innovation
GOAL #3Expand Global Market Access
GOAL #4Develop 21st Century Workforce
Manufacturers—and all Americans—need a vision that advances the principles of free enterprise, competitiveness, individual liberty and equal opportunity and thereby empowers manufacturing.
The four goals laid out in NAM's Manufacturing Vision do just that.
In 2013, manufacturers contributed $2.09 trillion to the economy, up from $1.73 trillion in 2009. This was 12 percent of GDP.
For every $1.00 spent in manufacturing, another $1.37 is added to the economy, the highest multiplier effect of any economic sector.
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