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Old Today, 11:20 AM
 
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Those links are old news, years out of date and not current. Latest figures show Manufacturing right now start of 2019, is at it's highest level in 20 years and improving.
Old Trader, regardless of the link's age, I responded to the statistics of the link provided by James Bond 007.
If you have updated statistics to compare against the old ones, I expect you'll find that updated statistics will continue indicating the trends have not changed.

Although, (due to increased sales in the USA), USA manufacturers are continuing to produce more, I expect that they're also continuing being crowded out of our markets both within and beyond our borders.
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James Bond 007, the authors statistics apparently indicate USA is not purchasing less, but much more manufactured products each year. The sales of manufactured products are an increasing share of all goods and service products sold in the USA.
Although, (due to increased sales in the USA), USA manufacturers are producing more, We're increasingly being crowded out of our markets both within and beyond our borders. The statistics presented by the author are not an optimistic prediction for USA's aggregate manufacturing industries.
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Old Today, 01:56 PM
 
Location: Kansas City, MISSOURI
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Those links are old news, years out of date and not current. Latest figures show Manufacturing right now start of 2019, is at it's highest level in 20 years and improving.
The link is less than 2 years old. Whatever stat you're referring to, has nothing to do with the stats in the article I posted.
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