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Two-thirds of Post-recession Manufacturing Jobs Were a Result of Foreign Investment, Says Study

As the Trump administration applies pressure to encourage companies to manufacture goods within U.S. borders and bolster American employment (or potentially face towering tariffs), the president has more recently come out against foreign automakers directly. In late May, Trump responded to criticism from German Chancellor Angela Merkel by accusing her country of having a trade surplus with […] The post Two-thirds of Post-recession Manufacturing Jobs Were a Result of Foreign Investment, Says Study appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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