“During Made in America Week, we recognize that just as American manufacturing was the Arsenal of Democracy in World War II, American products and services must be part of the engine of American prosperity today. We also reject the defeatist view that the forces of automation and globalization mean we cannot have good-paying union jobs here in America.” President Joe Biden
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Henry Smith is a student at the University of California, Berkeley pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and Engineering.
Daniel Lilly is completing his MS in Accounting at Stony Brook University. He additionally completed his Bachelor of Science in Business Management in 2019 at Stony Brook University. He hopes to begin studying for the CPA exam upon completion of his graduate studies.
Daniel Mongan is pursuing an MBA in Business Administration in the Accelerated Program at SUNY Binghamton University. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Scranton, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Finance.
Griffin Tubbs is a graduate student at Clarkson University pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree with a focus on Supply Chain.
Bennett Williams is a student at the University of San Diego pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration with a minor in International Business.
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Boom at the Border
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The Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border is rapidly becoming a significant and strategic manufacturing area, particularly at the Otay Mesa commercial crossing area, about 25 miles southeast of downtown San Diego.
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Americans say they prefer products that are Made in the USA and they are willing to pay up to 20% more for them
Last summer the Reshoring Institute surveyed nearly 500 Americans across the country and asked if they prefer to buy products that are labeled “Made in USA.” Would they be willing to pay more for these items? Nearly 70% of the respondents said they prefer American-made products. Slightly more than 83% said they would pay up to 20% more for products made domestically. See all of the results and download the full survey.