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Manufacturer to Leave Minneapolis After Plant Set on Fire in Riots

The owner of a manufacturing plant in Minneapolis, Minnesota, says he will move his business out of the city after officials failed to protect his livelihood from being set on fire in riots this month. Owner of 7-SIGMA, Kris Wyrobek, told the Star Tribune in an interview that he plans to leave Minneapolis after protesters,…
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Chamber of Commerce: U.S. Must Not Reshore ‘All Production’ to the U.S.

While President Trump takes steps to bring vital industries back to the United States, the Chamber of Commerce is already warning that the U.S. must continue to be reliant on foreign countries for goods, products, and supplies. This week, Trump announced a multi-million contract with Phlow Corporation, based in Richmond, Virginia, to begin returning pharmaceutical…
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Trump: U.S. ‘Cannot Outsource Our Independence’ to Foreign Countries

President Trump says the United States must no longer outsource its economic independence to foreign countries. During his daily press briefing, Trump said the Chinese coronavirus crisis has confirmed his long-held economic nationalist viewpoint that outsourcing and offshoring the nation’s critical industries, manufacturing, and supply chains is detrimental to the American people. “This pandemic has…
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Watch–Trump to GM: Reopen Lordstown to Manufacture Ventilators

President Donald Trump is telling General Motors (GM) CEO Mary Barra to reopen the automaker’s idled Lordstown, Ohio, plant to make ventilators for Americans in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus crisis. During a press briefing on Friday, Trump blasted GM for decades of offshoring American jobs to foreign countries and idling its Lordstown plant…
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Coronavirus: U.S. Reliant on Malaysia, Thailand for Nearly All Rubber Gloves

The United States is relying on rubber glove imports from mostly Malaysia and Thailand in the midst of the Chinese coronavirus, with no clear path for manufacturing the critical medical supply in the U.S. About three-in-five, or 60 percent, of rubber gloves today are made in Malaysia, while the U.S. is making close to none,…
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Study: Bringing Pharmaceutical Production Back to U.S. Creates 800K Jobs

Bringing pharmaceutical production back to the United States would create more than 800,000 American jobs, economists say. A study by the Coalition for a Prosperous America’s Steven Byers and Jeff Ferry reveals that the U.S. could add hundreds of thousands of good-paying manufacturing jobs for American citizens and reduce its dependence on foreign countries like China…
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Coronavirus: 3M to Produce 35,000,000 Respirator Masks a Month in U.S.

Multinational corporation 3M will manufacture 35 million much-needed respirator masks in the United States every month for Americans to help President Donald Trump’s administration fight the coronavirus. In the midst of the Wuhan, China-originated coronavirus crisis, 3M CEO Mike Roman announced that they will be manufacturing about 35 million N95 respirator masks a month —…
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