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Dollar’s Rise Erodes U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness

The dollar’s rise compared to other currencies over the past year has made U.S.-based manufacturing less cost-competitive, particularly compared to some top European exporting nations, a new study from the Boston Consulting Group finds. But U.S. manufactu…
Popular Discussions The dollar’s rise compared to other currencies over the past year has made U.S.-based manufacturing less cost-competitive, particularly compared to som… http://gil-ebents.gilcommunity.com/discussion/dollars-rise-erodes-us-manufacturing-competitiveness/

Whatever Happened to the “China Price”?

Similarly, for several years, it has been the assumption that manufacturing costs in China were so much lower than in developed countries that manufacturers-- particularly in the U.S. and Western Europe--would have little choice but to offshore production…
When I was growing up, any product with a “Made in Japan” label was assumed to be cheap and of much lower quality than a comparable product made in the U.S. It took many years—… http://gil-ebents.gilcommunity.com/blog/whatever-happened-china-price/

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