Is "Made in the USA" passé?

05/14/2013 |

The National Retail Federation and other business associations are campaigning to convince shoppers that buying American isn't all it's cracked up to be. In a globalized marketplace, they argue, foreign assembly plants often use American-sourced materials in their products, and the import process provides work for American dockworkers, marketers and retailers. "It's time to stop thinking about the way it was in the 1950s, and start thinking about the way things are now," says economist Laura Baughman.

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