The long-established perception of China as the world's factory may no longer be relevant, according to a new survey.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports from Detroit on how President Trump's latest actions on immigration and trade may affect the state.
Thea Lee, AFL-CIO deputy chief of staff, discusses her position on President Trump's manufacturing initiative and the administration's latest policies.
Frank Sullivan, RPM chairman & CEO, talks about the impact of regulatory reform on industry.
President Donald Trump's approach to trade issues could trigger retaliation in other countries, ECB maker Ignazio Visco said.
Katcon Global chairman Fernando Turner, Jr. speaks about the sentiment in auto parts manufacturing around President Trump's stance on Mexico.
REV Group CEO Tim Sullivan speaks about the special vehicle manufacturer's initial public offering and the state of U.S. manufacturing.
Trump says he will meet with the business leaders regularly to discuss manufacturing policy.
Nathalie Cuffy visits a factory in China to make sure that her chef-wear products are being made to her specifications.
Trade experts say President Trump's order scrapping the Trans-Pacific Partnership will hurt U.S. workers more than it helps.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss the trade on Caterpillar, as the stock hits a new 52-week high.
Multinationals like Dow Chemical are pro-trade, but fair trade that levels the global playing field, Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris says.
Trump said scrapping the TPP would usher in a golden age for U.S. companies hurt by unfair trade deals. Add an unlikely beneficiary: Hyundai.
Mark Hung, research VP at Gartner, says that India could have a tougher time in India than in China.
Samsonite is open to the prospect of manufacturing in the U.S. after a 16-year long hiatus, according to global CEO Ramesh Tainwala.
David Adelman, partner at Reed Smith, weighs in on the new Trump administration's policy moves.
Fluor CEO comments on the impact of President Trump's pipeline plans on the manufacturing industry.
Kumar Palghat, MD of Kapstream Capital, weighs in on the Trump's urging of automakers to manufacture in the United States.
Of the 10 states that are the largest auto industry employers, eight of them went for President Donald Trump in the November election.
Trump is bullying automakers, trying to force them to build cars in the U.S. even if there isn't a business case for it, Paul Ingrassia told CNBC.