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Chinese Manufacturers May Be Cheaper in the Short Run

Perhaps you saw CBS 60 Minutes last Sunday (March 1) showing a story about some Lumber Liquidators laminated flooring and how it badly violates California formaldehyde emission standards.  The CEO of Lumber Liquidators vowed that he would be immediately on the case to verify CBS’s findings or to debunk them. Regardless of the outcome, Lumber… Read More »

Maybe there is light

I heard a broadcast on NPR while going home last evening.  It made me shout Hooray! It seems that a Chinese auto glass company is buying a portion of the now closed GM  Moraine Ohio assembly plant in Dayton in order to start glass production for several US companies including GM.  About 800 new jobs… Read More »

Can US Manufacturing regain its lead over China?

Can U.S. Manufacturing Outcompete China? by Ilya Leybovich | July 10th, 2012 Email  | Print  | Post Comment Share Chinese companies have been taking larger shares of the global manufacturing market, outpacing many of their U.S. counterparts primarily due to lower operating expenses and favorable labor costs. Yet many of China’s advantages are eroding while U.S. manufacturing… Read More »