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 […]
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Since World War Two, manufacturing jobs have grown under Democratic presidents and faced more challenges under Republicans, a new study reported on Monday. Democratic presidents presided over estimated employment rise of 7 million i...
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said in a speech Tuesday that as president, he would encourage some manufacturers to leave the United States so he could charge them a tariff when their goods entered the country.
Given the fact that for the first time since the recession, manufacturing has added zero jobs this year, that ADP just saw a drop in manufacturing jobs, Markit reports September US Manufacturing PMI has stagnated for the last 2 mont...
President Trump meet with leading manufacturers on his first day on the job, promising he would cut taxes and regulations, but warning that he'll impose a big border tax on companies that move jobs overseas.