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.
Paul Ingrassia, Revs Institute for Automotive Research editor, and Jay Timmons, National Association of Manufacturers president and CEO, weigh in on President Donald Trump's agenda for automakers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on how many U.S. cars were actually produced in America last year.
Toyota formally announces it will add 400 jobs at its Princeton, Indiana assembly plant. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports.
Discussing the trade on autos as President Donald Trump meets with big auto industry CEOs. With the “Fast Money Haltime Report” traders and Atul Lele, Deltec International Group CIO.
Automakers already do a lot of business overseas. Under Trump, they'll have to rethink where they produce their cars, Bob Nardelli says.
The U.S. withdrawal from the TPP will devastate American agriculture, a former U.S. Trade Representative said.
Japanese manufacturing activity expanded in January at the fastest pace in almost three years as export orders surged.
Vietnam has shifted from agricultural commodities to high-end manufacturing, says Bill Stoops, CIO at Dragon Capital.
Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, and Kevin Nicholson, Riverfront Investment Group, share their investment strategies amid policy changes under the Trump administration.
Drew Greenblatt, Marlin Steel CEO and executive board of the National Association of Manufacturers, and CNCB's Steve Liesman discuss President Trump's commitments to manufacturing in America.
Manufacturing will never see a job surge like in the 1950s again, but repatriated jobs will have major economic benefits, Scott Paul says.
Rick Tyler, Foundry Strategies and GOP strategist, and Morris Reid, Mercury and Democratic strategist, discuss President Trump's meeting with manufacturing CEOs and the timeline for the first 100 days.
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris and Ford Motor Co. CEO Mark Fields speak to reporters about the meeting between manufacturing CEOs and President Trump.