Here’s What the Return of Manufacturing Looks Like for the U.S. Economy

3 | By Wall Street Insights and Indictments Staff

On a recent episode of Making Money, Shah confronted the question of whether or not manufacturing jobs can return to the U.S.

Shah thinks they would be a massive boost to the economy – both in terms of unemployment numbers and the GDP numbers – if the folks in Washington can get it done.

Click the video below to get Shah’s take on how to bring manufacturing jobs back to America, and what it will mean to the economy:

3 Responses to Here’s What the Return of Manufacturing Looks Like for the U.S. Economy

  1. ken volz says:

    Considering it’s legality from 1850 to 1936 and then big companies like tree companies. 29,000 trees a day for toilet paper. Oil companies and plastic, Big PHARMA and the AMA and their synthetic drugs. Cancer, a 250Billion $ business a year and not being able to even research Cannabis for it’s natural benefit’s.
    There are many more examples of companies lobbying against Cannabis for MONEY. Sort of makes you sick in the stomach!?.

  2. ronald halverson says:

    Legalizing marijuana for medicinal and recreational use would sure hurt the drug cartel.
    I firmly believe marijuana for medicinal reasons is great. I would like to see it legal in every State.

    Bringing back MFG from foreign countries is great as long as they hire legal citizens in America to
    fill the jobs.

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