Wall Street Journal Offers a Balanced View of U.S. Manufacturing
Is U.S. Manufacturing Poised for a Comeback?
The resurgence of manufacturing in the U.S. is debated in this story recently published in The Wall Street Journal. The article which mentions a study by “Boston Consulting Group estimates that China’s overall manufacturing-cost advantage has shrunk to just 4%. When wages are adjusted for productivity and the costs of shipping and inventories are included, it can be more economical to make some products in the U.S. than in Asia.”
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To read the full article, visit the WSJ web site located here.
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