National Association of Manufacturers


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National Association of Manufacturers

An organization for large and small manufacturers in the United States, regardless of industry. It serves as a lobbying group for manufacturers before the U.S. government. It also has an affiliated think tank that conducts research on the manufacturing industry. It was founded in 1895 and maintains its headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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He was also the 1991-1992 chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers.
For additional information please contact Rosario Palmieri, National Association of Manufacturers at 202-637-3177 or rpalmieri@nam.
While with the National Association of Manufacturers, Ott directed the activities of the association's resources and environment committees.
According to the most recent data provided in "Skills Gap Report -- A Survey of the American Manufacturing Workforce" conducted by National Association of Manufacturers in 2005, 90% of respondents reported experiencing shortages of skilled production employees1.
The National Association of Manufacturers on Thursday joined a chorus of business and trade groups urging the White House to help resolve the dispute.
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For the foreseeable future, inflation is dead,'' said Paul Huard, a senior vice president for the National Association of Manufacturers.
Founded in 1964, AAI is the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) state affiliate.
As is often said, when you set out to kill the king, you better succeed, and they didn't, so they had better watch out,'' said Paul Huard, chief lobbyist for the National Association of Manufacturers.
Huard, senior vice president of the National Association of Manufacturers, said: ``This is a lousy policy, and it sets an awful precedent.
Stewart points to a new cost study released this morning by the National Association of Manufacturers comparing the cost of manufacturing in the United States to the nine largest industrialized nations in Europe, North America and Asia.
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