Bringing manufacturing back to the United States (or offshoring it here, or keeping it here) is anything but simple. It requires a combination of perseverance, creativity, complex mathematical feats and being at the right place at the right time.
Making (and Building, and Digging Up) Stuff Is Back in Fashion - Bloomberg
The U.S. economy's long-running shift to services takes a pause. The U.S. job market is not in the midst of some kind of major shift back to mining, construction and manufacturing.
Trump Signs Metals Tariffs Sparing Some Allies
President Donald Trump kicked his "America First" trade policy into high gear Thursday, launching global tariffs on steel and aluminum, while signaling even more aggressive pressure on trading partners to come, especially against China. In announcing the measures, the president outlined his broader trade agenda, including rewriting existing U.S. pacts and a continuing sweeping investigation of Chinese trade practices, issuing a veiled threat that even bigger penalties are looming against Beijing.