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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>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
It’s Time To Rethink Energy When Making a Site Decision   

Corporate managers who make location decisions for new investments need to ensure energy remains reliable and costs are in line with industry needs. More>>



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Article | August 31, 2012
The 66 Latest Trends and Topics in Manufacturing Site Selection   

Location decisions for manufacturing plants are being influenced by a great number of current/emerging trends, including “shoring” decisions and... More>>



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Article | June 30, 2012
The Real Story of Solar Energy   

Solar energy is driving job creation and economic growth: more than 100,000 Americans are employed at over 5,600 solar businesses in all 50 states. More>>



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Article | June 30, 2012
Locations that Harness the Wind in the United States   

Site selectors need to be aware of wind energy's importance to U.S. manufacturing job creation and which states are dominant in wind energy... More>>



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Article | April 30, 2012
The Aerospace Industry – Time for Takeoff   

In an economy where most industries have found themselves retracting, the Aerospace Industry arguably is booming. New global markets, emerging... More>>



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Article | March 2, 2012
7th Annual CiCi Awards   

Job creation and the unfavorable state of the economy have been the main areas of concern in the U.S., if not most countries in the world, for the... More>>



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Article | February 29, 2012
The Employment Situation is Worse Than You Think, But Improving (Finally)   

One morning last December, we were greeted by some surprisingly positive news: the U.S. unemployment rate fell from 9.1 percent to 8.6 percent in... More>>



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Article | February 29, 2012
Expanding U.S. Sales Overseas with Export Financing   

The Export-Import Bank of the United States (Ex-Im Bank) is breaking the mold on how the U.S. does business overseas. By providing competitive... More>>