Turns out "re-shoring" is real, according to a new Accenture survey. Two-thirds of senior execs...


Turns out "re-shoring" is real, according to a new Accenture survey. Two-thirds of senior execs say they have moved their manufacturing operations in the past 24 months, with two-fifths saying the facilities had been relocated to the U.S. China was the second destination for relocated factories, with 28%, followed by Mexico with 21%.
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  • Tack
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    Wait a minute! All we hear is that everything is leaving the U.S., and we're doomed. This new data must be a "conspiracy."
    21 May 2012, 11:47 AM Reply Like
  • 867046
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    This is a macro tradeoff of printing money.
    21 May 2012, 12:25 PM Reply Like
  • The Patriot
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    Transportation costs have alot to do with it, especially firms that were sending parts overseas to be assembled and then back to US.
    21 May 2012, 12:55 PM Reply Like
  • The Patriot
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    Also if the manufacturing process can utilize nat gas, there are some
    attractive long term energy cost savings.
    21 May 2012, 12:57 PM Reply Like
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