U.S. Manufacturing shows lowest drop since 1946
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U.S. Manufacturing shows lowest drop since 1946

With Covid-19 disrupting supply chains across the world, the effects on American manufacturing have been particularly detrimental. U.S. manufacturing output dropped by the most in just over 74 years, suggesting…

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U.S. factories expand for first time since July

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. factories expanded unexpectedly last month, snapping a five-month losing streak.The Insitute for Supply Management, an association of purchasing managers, said Monday that its manufacturing index rose…

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Bill Tracker – Manufacturing

Manufacturing: NMBC, the state affiliate for the National Association of Manufacturing (NAM), is seeking to expand manufacturing in New Mexico. To encourage business growth, we should focus on necessary policies and…

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Trump Follows Through On Requests From Manufacturers

In the early days of President Trump’s term, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) presented policy makers with a list of regulations they wanted addressed or rewritten. Now, two years later, the administration has modified, delayed, or done away with 85% of those regulations to the great benefit on American manufacturers. 

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Last Call for Hero Nominations, NMBC Member Highlight & Sick Leave Ord. Update

Last Chance to Nominate an NMBC Hero is this Friday: The Annual NMBC Heroes Banquet will be on November 17, from 6pm – 8pm, at the Albuquerque Marriott, 2101 Louisiana, NE. This uplifting banquet will honor Heroes in our state who devote their time, energy and talents to protect our families, expand free enterprise and improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans. The Deadline to Nominate a Hero is September 16.

If you know an Elected Official, Appointed Official, Business Leader, Community Leader, or Young leader who deserves to be recognized as an NMBC Hero, download the nomination form HERE and email it to NMBC at nmbiz@nmbizcoalition.org no later than 9-16-16.

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