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Whirlpool’s home appliance manufacturing brings jobs home

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Reposted from The Dayton Daily News ******** Thomas Gnau | September 1, 2012 | Dayton Daily News Whirlpool’s home appliance manufacturing brings jobs home Greenville — At Whirlpool Corp.’s manufacturing plant in Darke County, workers are ready and eager to compete, plant lead manager Ken Hossler said. “Greenville is hungry,” Hossler…

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Behind the New View of Globalization

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Reposted from The New York Times ******* Behind the New View of Globalization Edward Alden | August 29, 2012 | NY Times After a recent Economix post (as part of the election-year project called The Agenda) explaining that many economists see globalization as a major cause of the income slowdown in this country, Edward…

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Ohio 3D-Printing Manufacturing Hub Initiative

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Reposted from the Campaign for America’s Future blog ***** Ohio 3D-Printing Manufacturing Hub Initiative David Johnson  |  August 23, 2012  |  Campaign for America’s Future Last week the Obama administration announced a new National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Youngstown, Ohio. The Institute will work on promoting new 3D printing…

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Power Politics vs. American Prosperity

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Reposted from the Huffington Post ***** Power Politics vs. American Prosperity I had one of those “A-ha!” moments recently. I was engaged in an email dialogue with a moderately prominent individual active in America’s international trade relations. He’s a former high-ranking public official, important enough to matter but not a…

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Ricardo, Part Deux

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Reposted from the blog of Greg Autry ******** Ricardo, Part Deux All men can see these tactics whereby I conquer, but what none can see is the strategy out of which victory is evolved. – SunTzu In my previous post, On UFOs, Unicorns, Bigfoot, and Comparative Advantage, I examined the real…

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Fighting in Trade War

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Fighting in Trade War by Former U.S. Senator Ernest F. Hollings Our founding fathers were politicians who believed in government.   They didn’t have economists hovering over them to make sure they created growth for the economy i.e. “don’t cut spending; don’t increase taxes”.  Economists act like globalization is a recent…

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The Future of American Manufacturing Is there Reason for Hope?

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Reposted from the “Can American Manufacturing Be Saved” blog ***** The Future of American Manufacturing   Is there Reason for Hope? While the state of American manufacturing has been grim for the past decade, the “reshoring” trend and new technologies are making the outlook for the future of American manufacturing…

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Reagan’s David Stockman on budgets, VAT and trade deficits

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David Stockman was Reagan’s budget chief.  In an op-ed today, he is pretty hard on the Ryan budget.  But I post excerpts of the piece because he cites the trade deficit and also calls for a value added tax to substitute for payroll taxes. CPA is interested in a VAT…

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German Small Businesses Reflect Country’s Strength

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Reposted from The New York Times ****** German Small Businesses Reflect Country’s Strength Jack Ewing | August 13, 2012 | NY Times FRANKFURT — A growing number of Germans may want to see the euro zone dissolve, but Dagmar Bollin-Flade, owner of a small machinery company here, is not among…

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Local View: Want jobs? Lower taxes, ease rules and enforce trade regulations

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Reposted from the Duluth News Tribune ******* Local View: Want Jobs? Lower taxes, ease rules and enforce trade regulations Joseph A. Carrabba | August 12, 2012 | Duluth News Tribune Creating jobs is necessary to fuel America’s economic recovery, and policymakers are realizing that to do that, the U.S. must…

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