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Ex-Im Lapse Leaves Small Manufacturer in a Lurch
New regulations will not only upend our anemic economic growth, but also endanger significant air quality improvements underway.
NAM Board Chair Gregg Sherrill delivered remarks at the Commercial Vehicle Outlook Conference in Dallas, TX.
“In our industry, infrastructure is king,” said president and CEO of Associated Equipment Distributors (AED), which represents the manufacturers and dealers of construction equipment.
The Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action is challenging new regulations. The courts have struggled to decide how much leeway to give the EPA under the Clean Air Act and the Commerce Clause.
Put Congress in the palm of your hand with MFG Works, the NAM's new advocacy app that allows users to directly engage with their federal elected officials.
Manufacturers and their employees rely on fairness and balance in our labor law system. Maintaining the time-tested balance between labor unions and employers is critical to economic growth and job creation.
In 2013, manufacturers contributed $2.09 trillion to the economy—12 percent of GDP—up from $1.73 trillion in 2009.
Manufacturing supports an estimated 17.6 million jobs in the United States—about one in six private-sector jobs. More than 12 million Americans (or 9 percent of the workforce) are employed directly in manufacturing.
Manufacturers in the United States are the most productive in the world, far surpassing the worker productivity of any other major manufacturing economy, leading to higher wages and living standards.
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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.