There are glimmers of hope for recovery in the world's economies. To that end, the US president has appointed a manufacturing "czar" to construct a policy to resurrect, redirect and revitalize US manufacturing. For 30 years, gradual neglect has resulted in severe pressures and distress to the heart-small and medium-sized manufacturers. As manufacturing czar, to stabilize US manufacturing and begin its recovery, the author would recommend the following treatments immediately: 1. He would recommend an intelligent, considerable tax holiday for manufacturing. 2. He would recommend immediate TARP funding. 3. He would also investigate the possibility of helping states develop regional Special Economic Zones.
If I Were The Manufacturing Czar Mitch Free Manufacturing Engineering; Feb 2010; 144, 2; Docstoc pg. 88 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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