“You see reductions in many agencies as [President Trump] tries to shrink the role of government, drive efficiencies, go after waste, duplicative programs,” says Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
NAFTA is helping both the U.S. and Canada remain globally competitive, which is especially important right now when American and Canadian commerce is being threatened by the manufacturing base in China.
Automakers now get to make their case to new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, who downplayed how much human activity is contributing to climate change.
“We’re going to be one of the last people that people talk to in the early planning stages, but we’ll be one of the first people shipping material to the job site.”
No stranger to change, CEO David Farr restructures Emerson for growth while advocating policies to prepare manufacturing for a transformative future.
At the top of Robert Lighthizer’s agenda will be renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Manufacturing payrolls gained 28,000, the most since August 2013.
The Maruti Suzuki case reveals the potential for violent unrest at one of the biggest success stories of foreign investment in Indian manufacturing.
The stakes are high. Canada-U.S. trade in goods and services totaled $669 billion in 2015, narrowly ahead of China as the top U.S. trading partner.
The review has delayed once again the Air Force’s acceptance of Lockheed’s first new Global Positioning System satellite, which is already 34 months late.