The outcome of President-elect Donald Trump’s effect on industry is yet to be seen, but judging by his pre-election concerns, we can guess at likely winners and losers as various industry experts are beginning to weigh in.

Manufacturing, oil and gas are just a few of the targets at which Mr. Trump means to take aim. Removing sanctions on fracking and coal, while curtailing price restrictions on pharmaceuticals, seems to indicate his intention to encourage all means of domestic production, while at the same time ensuring that the U.S. receives a fair shake in any and every established trade deal. Trump’s position on nearshoring may have the same desired effect, although economic forces may ultimately have a stronger voice in the discussion.

Full article: http://www.supplychaindive.com/news/trumps-impact-on-nearshoring-and-us-manufacturing-remains-cloudy/431506/

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