As China costs rise, technology lures U.S. factories home

Jul 24, 2012 Full story: Reuters 43

Seesmart Inc, a small California lighting company, used to make all of its LED products in China, but last year that started to change.

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miriam

Vandergrift, PA

#57 Jul 31, 2012
CNBC..."FEWER AMERICANS STARTING BUSINESSES"... so whats the surprise???.HOC YOUR HOUSE ?, YOUR 401? TAKE A LOAN, and for what?. you end up becoming a warehouse for imports,a middle man between your sales the federal state and county TAX MAN, OR THE STATE AND COUNTY fee, license, inspection,and road dept. who can shut you down with one detour...or a new law out of washington, not to mention the underclass worker ,who can make more on the dole,and would rather see you close.ive seen 3 fast food franchine stores close because they staffed them with the drop out class.

Since: May 12

San Jose, CA

#58 Oct 30, 2012
You thought you can gain the more benefit from it? It's rediculous. On the contrary, we must pay more money for the products made in us.
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AOL

#60 Jan 31, 2013
what happen

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