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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(Excerpts from National Association of Manufacturers press release, Nov.
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According to a spokesman for the National Association of Manufacturers, the company had established the China factory to serve that vast market, not to move jobs from the United States.
The National Association of Manufacturers expects a strong recovery in manufacturing this year, with that sector outperforming the economy as a whole.
Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers and the Information Technology Association of America.
American companies that conduct business overseas can be investigated at any time by agencies in other countries, reported the National Association of Manufacturers, but those agencies often have more limited rules for information gathering than what is allowed in U.S.
Manufacturers Harm Workers and Threaten Competitiveness," by economist Jeremy Leonard, was sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers.
The Institute issued the 60-day deadline to the nonprofit NSC, which certifies consensus standards on various industrial issues, after it received complaints from the National Association of Manufacturers and the U.S.
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On the industry side, Rick Locker of the Toy Industry Association, (TIA), Chuck Samuels of AHAM (American Home Appliance Manufacturers), who was representing the National Association of Manufacturers' CPSC Coalition, and Morrison Cain of the International Mass Retailers Association were present.
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