Update on Structural Cost Pressures Facing U.S. Manufacturers
This report updates the two previous studies with the most current data. It diverges from its predecessors because progress is being made on the agenda to reform structural costs. The disadvantage that U.S. manufacturers face is17.6 percent when compared with nine major industrial countries including Germany, Japan, Canada, Mexico, and China. This is still a substantial hurdle that cuts into the competitiveness of American businesses that operate in a global market. But it is an improvement from the 31.7 percent gap that we reported on in 2006.
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