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This week on The Daily Beat: We are looking into the strive and realities of bringing a US manufacturing renaissance back.
Most domestic manufacturing will be in high-tech aerospace and medicine, according to Willy Shih.
Today on the Daily Beat, Monday June 29, 2015: We will be speaking with Harvard professor, Willy Shih on his perspective and skepticism in the urge to bring manufacturing back home. Having a experience as much in the factories as he does in academia, Shih breaks down the components of a supply chain and how realistic it would be for mass production of say iphones would be in the US. We come to figure out that though Asia has carved out well their stake in mass production of such items, US has the likelihood of keep manufacturing of high-tech products at home for the sake of innovation.
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