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Should Manufacturing Jobs Be ‘Re-shored’ to the U.S.?

Perspectives Content Submission

Thu, 27 Sep 2012

Published with permission from  Knowledge @ Wharton , Wharton’s online business journal. When Louisville, Ky.-based GE Appliances rolled out production of its latest hybrid hot water heater last February, the event was viewed as a milestone in the recovery of U.S. manufacturing. It wasn’t just beca

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