"It will take a concerted effort on trade, tax, workforce, and infrastructure policy to create the economic and industrial renaissance the president is proposing," said Alliance for American Manufacturing President Scott Paul.
President Donald J. Trump clearly sees that the U.S. is in a far greater position of strength than most of the American people do, but his view of America's role in the world could shake up the order in effect since 1944.
Almost a decade after going over the edge, the U.S. manufacturing sector has yet to reach its pre-recession levels of output. What is causing the slow recovery?
"In every country in the world, we don’t tend to close or move factories when things like this happen and it will be the same in the U.K," said Toyota Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada.
“I am pro-trade. But I am pro-sensible trade, not trade that is detrimental to the American worker and to the domestic manufacturing base.”
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