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Industry Thought-Leaders To Debate Trump Options for U.S. Manufacturing

Thought leaders from NAM, ITIF, Smart Manufacturing, Dow & PMA join a special Manufacturing Leadership Council panel discussion on the future of U.S. manufacturing under a Trump Administration on January 11.
What new policies will help U.S. companies along their journey to Manufacturing 4.0 over the next four years? How can the new Trump team secure America’s industrial long-term futu… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/industry-thought-leaders-debate-trump-options-us-manufacturing/

It’s Time to Put the EXIM Bank Back in Business

An important step in reviving the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank), idled since July when its authority to do business expired, was taken yesterday when the House of Representatives employed a little-used legislative technique to re-sta…
An important step in reviving the Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM Bank), idled since July when its authority to do business expired, was taken yesterday when the Hou… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/its-time-put-exim-bank-back-business/

Parts of Conflict Minerals Laws Ruled Unconstitutional

A U.S. appeals court this week called unconstitutional aspects of new federal regulations that require manufacturers to track and report their use of so-called conflict minerals.
Popular Discussions A U.S. appeals court this week called unconstitutional aspects of new federal regulations that require manufacturers to track and report their use of so-call… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/discussion/parts-conflict-minerals-laws-ruled-unconstitutional/

Who Needs Another Task Force on the Workforce Issue?

Earlier this month, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) announced that it was forming a “task force” on the workforce issue faced by industry, a long-persisting problem that has been the subject of many surveys, studies, and committees over th…
Earlier this month, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) announced that it was forming a “task force” on the workforce issue faced by industry, a long-persi… http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/blog/who-needs-another-task-force-workforce-issue/

Fiscal Cliff Avoided But Manufacturers Say Much More Should Be Done

Congress may have avoided the so-called fiscal cliff when it comes to income taxes and a handful of other tax code provisions, but manufacturers say there is much more to be done in the coming weeks and months to get the nation’s financial house in order.
Congress may have avoided the so-called fiscal cliff when it comes to income taxes and a handful of other tax code provisions, but manufacturers say there is much more to be done … http://wiki.gilcommunity.com/discussion/fiscal-cliff-avoided-manufacturers-say-much-more-should-be-d/

Conflict Minerals Regulations: Manufacturers Lagging on Compliance

Although the US Congress passed legislation over a year ago requiring it, few manufacturers have put in place policies regarding their use of so-called conflict minerals, and even fewer are able to determine the source of potential conflict minerals, acco…
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Obama Pushes Manufacturing Skills Training--Is This the Right Approach?

The manufacturing skills shortage got some very high-level attention this week with President Obama's endorsement of a national manufacturing skills certification program that, backers said, could equip 500,000 community college students with critically-n…
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