‘Made In America’ Is More Complex Than It Seems
There’s a big push to buy products that are “Made in America.” But that concept is muddier than it seems, and the retailer’s ability to make products completely made in America is limited. It is difficult to completely source and produce products strictly in the United States, retailers say.
Furthermore, the concept of “Made in America” currently has complex political underpinnings. While President Donald Trump is pushing for production operations in China to come back to the United States by imposing tariffs, manufacturers are pushing back, stating that moving suppliers would be difficult and time consuming.
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