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The Importance of Being 'American-Made' In Today's Day and Age

American-Made In Today's Day and Age 10% 7X During 2010 alone, an average of 23 manufacturing facilities permanently shut down in the United States The United States now The United States has a has 10% fewer “middle trade imbalance that is class" jobs that it did just 10 years ago. more than 7X larger than any other nation on earth. every single day. In 2000, there were For example, in 2011, the US had a trade deficit of $295.5 billion with China. Furthermore, as more than 17 million Americans working in manufacturing, yet now claimed by the aforementioned That's 28X larger than it was back in 1990 and institute, the US there are less than 12 economy loses approximately 9,000 jobs for every $1 billion of goods that are imported from million. By purchasing 49,000X larger than it was back in 1985. American made products, American workers are being both financially and profes- sionally supported. overseas. One economics professor estimated that cutting the U.S. trade deficit in half would create 5 million more jobs in the United States. However, certain brands continue to stick to their American roots when it comes to mass production and manufacturing. In 2014, the Ford F-150 topped's list of the most According to the Economic Policy Institute, America is losing half a million jobs to China every single year. "American-made" vehicles. EDAY- http://theeconomiccollapse- sons-why-you-should-buy-produ cts-that-are-made-in-america-t Ford his-holiday-season

The Importance of Being 'American-Made' In Today's Day and Age

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If ever there was a company that understood the importance of being an "American-made" brand, it's the Ford Motor Company.


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