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The United States garment and sewn products manufacturing industry is in a state of introspection. As the benefits for producing products offshore have decreased, the global desire for products “Made in America” has increased (Muir, Noll & Francis, 2012), yet the infrastructure for a rapid increase in onshore production is not in place.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

The Sewn Product Manufacturing Industry in San Francisco: Challenges and Opportunities

The United States garment and sewn products manufacturing industry is in a state of introspection. As the benefits for producing products offshore have decreased, the global desire for products “Made in America” has increased (Muir, Noll & Francis, 2012), yet the infrastructure for a rapid increase in onshore production is not in place.

 

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