Mid-Atlantic Articles


Solid Strategies for Financing Manufacturing Facility Expansions
Article | March 6, 2013
Solid Strategies for Financing Manufacturing Facility Expansions   

From self-financing to traditional lending sources to government financing, the author shows you ways to get your project built. More>>



Helping “Made in America” Translate to Export Sales and American Jobs
Article | March 5, 2013
Helping “Made in America” Translate to Export Sales and American Jobs   

Learn how Ex-Im Bank helps more American companies to sell more products and services to more places around the globe. More>>



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Article | March 4, 2013
Incentives 2.0 (Making Incentives Work Better)   

Why effective economic development incentive programs must have clear objectives, mutual benefit, transparency and accountability. More>>



What’s Impacting Today’s Metals Industry Location Choices?
Article | October 31, 2012
What’s Impacting Today’s Metals Industry Location Choices?   

Several geographic concentrations have emerged historically and continue to impact metals industry location: see the 7 top-tier states. More>>



Plastics Industry Geography Could be Shifting
Article | October 31, 2012
Plastics Industry Geography Could be Shifting   

Find out what the future holds for the plastics industry, and why the United States will be at the heart of plastics innovation. More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
New York: You Can Make It Here: Business in New York   

New York’s leaders have instituted progressive economic development strategies that create an ideal environment for business development. More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
Fitting Square Pegs into Square Holes: Designated Sites Offer a “Custom” Fit for Business Development   

A select group of sites featured for businesses that find development and growth within a designated industry cluster very desirable. More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
National Association of Manufacturers: Rising Gas Prices Require a Comprehensive Energy Strategy   

NAM: For manufacturers—who use 1/3 of all energy consumed in the U.S.—rising gas prices hamper new investments, expansions, job creation. More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
Manufacturing Continues to Shine Amidst Other Economic Uncertainty   

AMT says manufacturing recovery continues and in 2013 expects to see an uptick as U.S. manufacturing continues momentum, reshoring more prevalent.... More>>


Article | August 31, 2012
Surge in Manufacturing Reshoring is a Matter of Calculation   

Offshoring for cheap labor has lost much of its strength, and companies are adopting a total cost analysis that often favors local sourcing. More>>