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The CEO of America's biggest exporter on manufacturing in America, doing business in China and President Trump

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Feb 11, 2019
The 102-year-old Boeing Co. just had its best year ever.
About one third of the 737 aircraft that Boeing builds are bought by Chinese customers.
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Trade showdown

One member of Congress is still taking on tariffs

by Kai Ryssdal, Sean McHenry, and Bennett Purser Feb 4, 2019
"We're trying to make sure that we don't lose jobs and that we treat our American companies fairly," Rep. Jackie Walorski says.
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) visits a manufacturing facility in Wabash, Indiana.
Courtesy of the office of Jackie Walorski

Book printers are reporting a surprising end-of-year crunch

by Leila Goldstein Jan 1, 2019
For the first time in a decade the industry is seeing more demand than it can supply.
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Trade showdown

"These folks are caught in a trap" by tariffs, U.S. representative says

by Phoebe Unterman and Kai Ryssdal Aug 2, 2018
Jackie Walorski from Indiana's 2nd District led an analysis of the tariff exemption process.
Rep. Jackie Walorski, a Republican from Indiana, says she's had many conversations with Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, “and they've been eyeball to eyeball.”
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Trade showdown

As the steel tariff exemption process drags on, optimism wanes

by Kai Ryssdal and Phoebe Unterman Jun 4, 2018
An American tire cord producer is frustrated by President Trump's 25 percent levy and an objection to his exemption application.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross testifies about U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing in Washington, D.C.,  in March.
AFP Photo / Saul Loeb

American manufacturers cope with the loss of EU tariff exemptions

by Kai Ryssdal, Phoebe Unterman, and Maria Hollenhorst May 31, 2018
Duties seem like a thing between countries, but individual businesses often wind up holding the economic bag.
Rail cars loaded with rolled up steel at ThyssenKrupp Schwelgern steel plant on May 30, 2018, in Duisburg, Germany.
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One family-run business caught in the crosshairs of global trade policy

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios May 30, 2018
Fifth-generation foundry owners say a changing consensus about manufacturing in Washington is "overdue."
Goldens' Foundry and Machine Co. is a fifth-generation family-owned business in Columbus, Georgia.
Daisy Palacios/Marketplace

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About half of Americans don't really care who makes the things they buy

by David Brancaccio Jan 4, 2018
A survey from the site The Grommet found that Americans have an "ignorance is bliss" mindset.
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A peek inside Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is also a glimpse at manufacturing in America

by Lauren Silverman Dec 29, 2017
Nonprofit Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is helping to create local manufacturing jobs while providing work for the visually impaired.
Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind CEO Hugh McElroy is positioning the organization to take on new manufacturing jobs.
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