Perspective: The future of American manufacturing is high tech, not high tariffs

By Investor's Business Daily

Jan 30, 2017

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Donald Trump scored a major PR coup when Carrier Corp. and Ford Motor Co. — concerned about potential tariffs and angering a new administration — announced they would be keeping hundreds of manufacturing jobs in the U.S. rather than transferring them to Mexico.

But if the 45th president really wants to revitalize U.S. manufacturing, he'll need to focus on companies of the future, not the past — because that's where the growth will be.

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