National Association of Manufacturing CEO takes pro-growth campaign on the road

By the Triangle Business Journal

Jan 27, 2016

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The National Association of Manufacturing wants to make sure presidential candidates and the public are focused on the right issues this year, so it's taking its State of Manufacturing Tour on the road, including stops in early presidential primary states New Hampshire, South Carolina and Florida.

U.S. manufacturers face some headwinds, such as a challenging export environment and weaker growth in key markets such as China. But NAM President and CEO Jay Timmons is convinced that U.S. manufacturers could be postioned for strong growth once these headwinds subside, if the right policies are adopted by the federal government.

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