The U.S. as Global Competitor: What are the Elements of a National Manufacturing Strategy?

Fri, 07/17/2009

Testimony of Scott N. Paul, Executive Director, Alliance for American Manufacturing

U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affiars Subcommittee on Economic Policy hearing on "The U.S. as Global Competitor: What are the Elements of a National Manufacturing Strategy?"

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  • The U.S. is competing without a manufacturing strategy, and the trade numbers show we’re getting our butts kicked. http://t.co/mtxfMmXMkq 8 hours 53 min ago
  • So much for that "rising star" thing. http://t.co/mtxfMmXMkq 9 hours 38 min ago
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  • "We were going to compete, and remain an American manufacturer, and from that time on, we never looked back." http://t.co/3PuYpsFqT9 12 hours 24 min ago
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  • The U.S. might be a "rising star" in manufacturing, but there's still a lot of work left: http://t.co/b6c8JbKyEX 1 day 6 hours ago
  • If the United States wants to maintain its "rising star" manufacturing status, it must do a few key things: http://t.co/yVBTFyywYF 1 day 9 hours ago
  • That's right: the U.S. is a "rising star" in manufacturing. But there's more to do to increase our competitiveness: http://t.co/yVBTFyywYF 1 day 10 hours ago