White House Jobs Forum on U.S. Manufacturing
Panelists talked about ways to increase the number of manufacturing jobs within the U.S., focusing on large businesses. Some of the… read more
Panelists talked about ways to increase the number of manufacturing jobs within the U.S., focusing on large businesses. Some of the issues they discussed included federal government incentives, infrastructure investment and modernization, research and development, the need for more skilled labor, and the role of local governments. They also answered questions from audience members. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- John Bryson Secretary Department of Commerce
- Brian Krzanich Chief Vice President and General Manager Intel Corporation->Manufacturing and Supply
- Kasim Reed Mayor Atlanta, GA
- Gene B. Sperling Director White House->National Economic Council
- Eric Spiegel President and CEO Siemens USA
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