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Back Stories -- 2006

Domestic Manufacturers And Farmers Form Alliance To Battle Against Proponents Of Free Trade -- The Two Issue A Joint 'Statement Of Purpose'
(December 15, 2006)

Council On Competitiveness Says U.S. Has Little To Fear, But Fear Itself; By Most Measures, U.S. Is Way Ahead Of Global Competitors
(November 30, 2006)

Interview: NAM President John Engler Addresses Thorny Issues Raised By Domestic Manufacturers And Comments On Proposed New Rival, The American Producers' Coalition
(November 14, 2006)

Mfg. & Tech. News Learns: Proposed Trade Association In Washington Will Pursue Interests Of U.S. Producers
(October 25, 2006)

NAM Board Votes In Favor Of Multinationals In Debate Over China's Currency; Domestic Manufacturers Are Left Wondering What To Do
(October 10, 2006)

Power Shift: What Happens If The Democrats Win The House
(September 22, 2006)

China Replaces U.S. As World's Largest Exporter: Trade Imbalances Could Cause Financial Upheaval; MAPI Analyst Implores U.S., IMF To Act Now On China's Yuan
(September 5, 2006)

National Academies: United States Loses Lead In Telecommunications -- Both Industry And Federal Government Step Away From Long-Term Investments In R&D
(August 17, 2006)

Commerce Department Report On Offshore Outsourcing Finally Sees The Light Of Day
(July 24, 2006)

Domestic Manufacturers Force The National Association of Manufacturers' Big Members To Take A Stand On China; Multinationals Lose Vote And Are Accused Of Defending Chinese 'Protectionism'
(July 7, 2006)

Emerging Economies Create Global Competitors That Are Challenging Western Leaders In Every Industry
(June 21, 2006)

Treasury Department Uses 'Flawed' Chinese Data To Rule In Favor Of China's Currency Practices
(June 7, 2006)

Are 800 Million Chinese Peasants On The Threshold Of Opportunity Or Oblivion?
(May 15, 2006)

Good Luck Competing Against Chinese Labor Costs:
Manufacturing Job Growth In China Is Headed Up, Not Down; 109 Million Manufacturing Workers In China Dwarfs Number In U.S.

(May 2, 2006)

Good Luck Competing Against Chinese Labor Costs:
Manufacturing Job Growth In China Is Headed Up, Not Down; 109 Million Manufacturing Workers In China Dwarfs Number In U.S.

(May 2, 2006)

China's Reserves Soar: NAM Says The Time Has Come For China To Re-Value Its Currency
(April 17, 2006)

Stampede To Fast Growing Markets Has Only Just Begun; Organizational Structures Must Change In Order To Capitalize On 'Massive Shift' Offshore
(April 4, 2006)

China Trade Will Considerably Boost U.S. Wealth, Argues U.S.-China Business Council (March 17, 2006)

Service Is An Overlooked Ingredient For Success In Manufacturing
(March 3, 2006)

Bush Boosts Budget For Science & Tech, But Skeptics Abound; AAAS Says It's A Budget Decrease
(February 17, 2006)

NAM Finds U.S. Innovation Engine Is Shifting Offshore
(February 6, 2006)

Controversy Continues Over Outsourcing Report: Commerce Department 'Disses' Congressional Democrats
(January 19, 2006)

National Academies of Sciences Panel Tells DOD It Is Vulnerable To Loss Of Circuit Board Industry; Half The PCB Industry Workforce Has Vanished
(January 4, 2006)


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