This year, FOX Business is spotlighting American-made goods for everyone on your gift list. From items under $50 for grandpa, to baby toys under $10, you can find it all made in the U.S. Most items highlighted are manufactured by small businesses; in the last 17 years, small businesses have generated 65% of all new jobs in the U.S., according to the Small Business Administration. Lipscomb says buying American most always means supporting our nation'Âs small businesses.
Marshmallow Fun CEO Beaver Raymond on efforts to bring production back to America.
Recently re-launched made-in-the-USA watch-maker Shinola has grown to 200 employees in just two years, in money-troubled Detroit of all places.
The Alpaca industry is new to the U.S., and one New England farmer says the growing industry is good news for people looking for American-grown and American-made products from their local farms.
The first of Amtrak’s 70 high-tech new trains rolls off the assembly line – thanks in part to small businesses around the country.
In late April, the European Union announced it would raise the import tariff on May 1 for women’s denim manufactured in the U.S. from 12% to 38%, a whopping 26-point increase.
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Prophet President Andrew Pierce on consumers’ willingness to pay more for products made in America.
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