U.S. factories aren't dead

U.S. factories aren't dead

There are 1 comment on the MarketWatch story from Aug 26, 2013, titled U.S. factories aren't dead. In it, MarketWatch reports that:

Technology, global competitiveness and outsourcing put manufacturing on life support in America, but after touring small towns and cities across the country and talking to business leaders who still manufacture their products domestically, we are confident that manufacturing is not dying in America but on the cusp of resurgence.

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Tupelo, MS

#1 Aug 26, 2013
The 3D printer will end much of today's manufacturing.

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