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Decaying National Infrastructure Is Challenging the Resurgence of American Manufacturing

Public-Private Manufacturing Innovation Institutes Announced
At a recent manufacturing summit hosted in Washington, D.C. by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), Vice President Biden effectively made the case for linking manufacturing and infrastructure development as inextricably linked e-components of a growing economy. The nation’s lawmakers often cite manufacturing as a sure-fire way to place the U.S. on the road toward economic prominence … Continue reading this entry

Public-Private Manufacturing Innovation Institutes Announced

Following on the coattails of the Youngstown, Ohio, manufacturing hub, President Obama announced three more public-private manufacturing institutes – in North Carolina, Chicago and Detroit – to focus on advancing manufacturing in the U.S. Each of these hubs is modeled after Youngstown and brings together businesses, non-profits, academia and related organizations to focus on creating new jobs, … Continue reading this entry