Lewis Leibowitz discusses the value of imports for U.S. manufacturers.

October 22, 2007
Since the depth of the U.S. manufacturing recession in 2002, the sector as a whole has experienced sustained and robust growth. Lewis Leibowitz, with the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition, argues that imports aren’t merely consumer goods from other countries, they’re tools to be used in the thriving U.S. manufacturing sector.


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