Clinton’s Manufacturing Agenda- by Jerry Jasinowski

At a recent conference on manufacturing issues, Secretary Clinton’s economic advisor Gene Sperling, who served in a variety of roles in the last two administrations, made a compelling case that the Democratic candidate is fully committed to manufacturing. He cited manufacturing’s outsized role in the economy – it punches above its weight, he said – and in particular its leadership in research and development, exports and creation of high wage jobs.


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