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An equipment manufacturer recently mentioned to us at an event that, due the strength of the Euro (and weakness of the dollar), they are selling more product overseas. What’s more, they are hearing about companies looking at setting up plants in the U.S. if the exchange rate continues.
Could the United States be the next China? What are your thoughts – does your overseas-based company have plans to set up manufacturing facilities in the U.S.?
Please leave a comment and let us know.