What Is American Made & Why It Matters

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COO is hard to define
t.alex   8/12/2014 11:26:21 PM

My job came across of many parts "made in USA" but COO is harder to define that just what being labeled. For ex, one chair has several parts but each part were actually made from different country such as China, Mexcico, etc...However it was put together in USA therefore it was defined as made in USA. I agree with the writer that America should try to encourage manufactures come back to the US. Tesla made a big move by opening a factory making their own batteries.

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