“Writing America’s Next Manufacturing Chapter: Designing a New Compact Between Firms, Workers, Communitites & Government” was part of the Atlantic Live’s “Manufacturing’s Next Chapter” conference held at the Newseum Knight Conference Center.
Jeffrey Immelt was interviewed by Gregory Ip about the state of U.S. manufacturing. Then he responded to questions from three more journalists. He discussed the impact of political uncertainty at the national level on the economy, saying that small and medium-sized businesses were affected much more than large businesses such as General Electric. Other topics included the role of colleges and universities in supplying manufacturing labor, employee benefits, and corporate tax code simplification.
“Writing America’s Next Manufacturing Chapter: Designing a New Compact Between Firms, Workers, Communitites & Government” was part of the Atlantic Live’s “Manufacturing’s Next Chapter” conference held at the Newseum Knight Conference Center. close
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John Harwood Chief Correspondent CNBC->Washington Bureau
Jeffrey R. Immelt Chair and CEO General Electric
Greg Ip Editor Washington
Elizabeth Baker Keffer President Atlantic, The->Atlantic Live
Howard Schneider Staff Writer Washington Post->Economics
Margaret Brennan Correspondent CBS News->Washington, DC
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