As we saw Saturday and Sunday during the GOP Presidential debates, manufacturing is at the forefront of our national conversation on economic recovery. That trend continued today with President Obama’s remarks on increasing investment in America. Ford Motor Company President Mark Fields and others joined the President at the White House where he discussed increases in manufacturing productivity.
The NAM has a blueprint for a pro-growth agenda and will continue to advocate for a better regulatory environment, corporate tax reform, education, infrastructure and more international trade. These are the real keys to ensuring that manufacturing can lead our economy.
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