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From Made in America to the World

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In connection with Made in America Week (July 17 – 21 2017), SelectUSA is proud to highlight the unique advantages of “Made in America” and the important role that foreign direct investment (FDI) plays in U.S. manufacturing. Manufacturing in the United States is a significant driver of U.S. economic growth, featuring a higher gross output than any other private sector industry. The United States...

September Conference in Cleveland Aims to Boost ‘Made in America’ Products in Global Markets

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Today, the International Trade Administration’s U.S. Commercial Service and the Northern Ohio District Export Council announced a national conference aimed at helping American companies in the advanced manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace industries compete more effectively in global markets. This announcement comes during “Made in America” week which recognizes American workers and companies...

Made in Baltimore: A Renewed Sense of Hometown Pride

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The following appeared in the U.S. Economic and Development Administration (EDA) May 2017 Success Story series. Small businesses in Baltimore are getting a boost as a result of a $110,000 EDA Local Technical Assistance Program grant that was awarded in 2016 to help the Baltimore City Department of Planning launch its Made in Baltimore program. Made in Baltimore aims to spur re-investment in...

3D Printing – A New Industry Made in America

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Increasingly, we’re seeing the products of additive manufacturing – better known as 3D printing – all around us: in retail stores, in classrooms, and even in medical technologies. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) received over 8,000 patent applications last year alone in the field of additive material technologies. These represent a range of products – from household items to...

2015: What is Made in America?

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Accurately determining how much of our economy's total manufacturing production is American-made can be a daunting task. However, data from the Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) can help shed light on what percentage of the manufacturing sector's gross output is considered domestic. This report works through several estimates of how to measure the domestic content of the U.S....

Department of Commerce Seeks Input on Pipelines Made in America

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Today in the Federal Register, the Department of Commerce is requesting input on the use of American-made materials in construction and maintenance of American pipelines. President Trump has issued a clear call for American pipelines to be made with American steel, and it is critical that industry, including pipeline owners, operators, manufacturers, distributors, and their suppliers, provide...

What is Made In America?

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Ninth in a Series of Manufacturing Profiles: What is Made in America? These profiles are a follow-up to the ESA report " What is Made in America ?" which estimates the dollar value and domestic-production percentage of what America produces. Made In America: Primary Metal Products In 2013, shipments from the U.S. manufacturing sector totaled $5.8 trillion. How much of these shipments do we make in...