Don’t miss our radio show this week, where we talk with a Dell manager on the big PC maker’s new state-of-the-art plant in Winston-Salem, NC. There’s also an interview with Joe Loughrey, the Manufacturing Institute’s new chairman who is president of Cummins, the world’s largest maker of diesel engines. Later, the Institute for International Economics scholar Gary Hufbauer talks with us on a variety of salient trade issues. We also speak with Montana small manufacturer Steve Lethert of Wood’s Pow’r-Grip Company on the “patriot’s dilemma” he faces with both India and China actively courting his R & D business with a discussion of our own R & D credit, set to expire next month. Along the way, we enjoy music from Paul McCartney & Wings and The Clash. Kudos to Darren McKinney for another excellent show.
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