Manufacturers Bringing Business (And Jobs) Back To America

David Schepp
manufacturers are making more products in America again
manufacturers are making more products in America again

The revival in manufacturing in America's heartland has been driven in part by the increasing costs associated with importing goods from China, India and other Asian nations where labor has traditionally been cheap.

With the cost of oil rising and a weak dollar eating into profits, many manufacturers are finding the U.S. a more attractive destination to make things -- not just sell them.