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A new comprehensive study from IHS Economics and the NAM Center for Manufacturing Research reveals how natural gas has strengthened manufacturing, encouraged U.S. manufacturing growth and employment.
Today, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Center for Manufacturing Research and IHS Economics released a new comprehensive study that reveals how natural gas has strengthened manufacturing and encouraged U.S. manufacturing growth and employment and highlights the positive impact to communities around the United States.
This study reveals that new ozone regulation from the Obama Administration could cost $270 billion/year and place millions of jobs at risk. This would be the most expensive regulation ever imposed on the American public.
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.
NAM released a white paper today, titled “Shaping Up: Manufacturers Seek Flexible Health Care Options to Reduce Costs,” that examines health care costs, outlook and changes relating to the Affordable Care Act.
In an effort to address anticipated concerns of restoring the standard of minimal diversity, the NAM commissioned this study to model the potential caseload impact on the federal courts.
A white paper released today by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) Foundation highlights that the U.S. corporate tax system is a drag on manufacturers’ global competitiveness.
The results from a March 2015 national survey among 1,000 likely voters reiterates the overwhelming support for Congress and the President to work together to negotiate more trade agreements that eliminate barriers and level the playing field.
The NAM's 2014 Annual Report is filled with the accomplishments of the association, highlighting how the NAM has been effective, provided a voice for manufacturers, pioneered innovation, achieved results and developed a respected reputation.
Manufacturers need Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and new high-standard trade agreements to access large and growing overseas markets, reduce barriers and level the playing field abroad, and support good-paying jobs for America's workforce.
The analysis of a study commissioned by the NAM focuses on the macroeconomic impact of five policy changes: a maximum corporate tax rate of 25 percent; a globally competitive international territorial tax system; full expensing for capital equipment; an enhanced and permanent policy toward research and development; and parallel changes for non-corporate pass-through businesses.
A new study commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers NAM and conducted by Inforum at the University of Maryland offers a view into the economic benefits the U.S. economy would reap with a more concerted effort to address the nation's infrastructure needs.
This report offers a historical overview of a broad range of infrastructure investments and provides an important view into the economic benefits the U.S. economy would reap with a more concerted effort to address the nation’s infrastructure needs.