Melissa Tallman published China Is Said to Lose Market-Economy Trade Case in EU, U.S. Win in News from Around the Web 2019-04-18 14:27:27 -0400
Editor’s note: China’s request to be considered a “market economy” is yet another example of the persistent deceit of the country’s leadership.
The World Trade Organization decided that China didn’t automatically qualify for market-economy status in 2016 as Beijing has asserted, according to two people with knowledge of the case, handing a major victory to the European Union and U.S.Read more
Melissa Tallman published U.S. Pacific Commander Seeks More Funding to Counter China in News from Around the Web 2019-04-18 13:22:32 -0400
Editor’s note: China’s military rise is funded by their trade surplus with the US. Conversely, the US containment strategy against the USSR bankrupted them.
Adm. Phil Davidson sent letter to Senate Armed Services Committee faulting shortage of ‘immediate and necessary resources’Read more
First Ever Made in U.S.A. Trade Show
The largest collection of American-made machines and products will be on display at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, October 3-6, 2019
INDIANAPOLIS (APRIL 9, 2019) – MADE IN AMERICA 2019, the first-ever exposition and celebratory event solely focusing on U.S. manufacturing and products made in the USA, will take place at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, October 3-6, 2019. With more than 800 exhibitors and 10,000 attendees expected, this four-day event will bring together the largest-ever network of industrial professionals, keynote speakers and conscious consumers for one common goal: raising awareness for the economic, environmental and community impact of American manufacturing.
“American-made machines and products are the backbone of America’s strength,” said President and CEO Don Buckner, Sr. “We take great pride in our ability to deliver above and beyond with the goods we produce. While everyone has a part of their own industry’s circle, we seldom find the opportunity to celebrate that unique craftsmanship in one place together.”
For this monumental event, more than 450,000 square feet of the Indiana Convention Center has been reserved to showcase American-made machines and products by 800 U.S. manufacturers. While all exhibitors will share a commonality in their U.S.-based productions, the variety of represented product categories and industries will be incredibly vast, ranging from aerospace and automobiles to apparel and textiles. This event will truly be the most comprehensive representation of American manufacturing and production ever in its purest form.
The Made in America Kickoff Show will take place on Thursday, October 3, 2019. This night will include live performances by top-selling American billboard artists and keynote speakers. Friday, October 4, will feature the past, present and future of American manufacturing, with speeches by industry leaders and a celebration honoring U.S. military veterans who helped lay the foundation for American manufacturing. The closing evening event on Saturday, October 5, will be the first annual “Made in America Awards” to honor the American manufacturing tradition and to recognize the accomplishments of American production heroes, the heart and soul of homegrown manufacturing.
To learn more about exhibiting your American-made machines or products at this historic event or to join the movement to keep America on track to be the #1 manufacturer in the world, please visit MadeInAmerica.com and follow us on social media at https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaCom/, https://www.instagram.com/madeinamerica_com/ or https://twitter.com/by_america.
To attend visit https://madeinamerica.com/event-attend/
To register as an exhibitor visit https://madeinamerica.com/event-exhibit/
All phone inquiries to (888) 738-5919.
MADE IN AMERICA 2019 will be the rallying point of people, businesses and organizations from all areas of manufacturing to interact and share the latest innovations and advances in manufacturing, research, product innovation and service delivery. The inaugural event, taking place October 3-6, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, will bring together the largest-ever network of industrial professionals, offering a slate of cutting-edge educational sessions, keynote addresses and panel discussions featuring specialists from key segments of the manufacturing community. For more information visit MadeInAmerica.com.
352-320-0407WHENOctober 03, 2019 at 7am - October 07, 2019 at 7amWHEREIndiana Convention Center
Melissa Tallman commented on GM Removes Made-in-Mexico Chevy Blazer from Detroit Ballpark After Backlash from American Workers 2019-04-03 16:06:59 -0400Thomas: I would recommend contacting the original author John Binder with Breitbart on this one.
Melissa Tallman published China mobilizes anti-ship missiles after Navy patrol in South China Sea - News - Stripes in CPA Press 2019-02-07 21:30:59 -0500Editor’s note: US consumers are paying for China’s ability to engage in military aggression against us."Last month, Chinese Rear Adm. Lou Yuan told an audience in Shenzhen that sinking a pair of U.S. aircraft carriers would settle issues of sovereignty in the South China Sea. What the United States fears the most is taking casualties,” he said, noting that 5,000 servicemembers would die on each sunken carrier.
Melissa Tallman published SunPower’s New Oregon Facility Now Producing Performance Series Solar Panels in News from Around the Web 2019-02-07 16:12:32 -0500
Editors note: They told us tariffs on solar panel imports would kill the US solar market and cost jobs. They were wrong.Read more
Melissa Tallman published As U.S. and China Draw Up Trade Barriers, Germany Fights Back - WSJ in News from Around the Web 2019-02-06 09:25:40 -0500Editor’s note. Germany is for free trade so long as it is a massive net exporter. It’s new National Industrial Strategy is more “Germany First” than Trump’s MAGA.Read more
Melissa Tallman published Intel confirms plans for huge Oregon factory in News from Around the Web 2019-02-05 16:40:37 -0500
Editors note: the trade skirmish with China continues to boost the US economy, not kill him. China continues to boost the US economy, not kill it.Read more
Melissa Tallman published The Coming Chinese Storm in News from Around the Web 2019-02-05 14:41:13 -0500
Editor’s note: Pay special attention to DNI Director Dan Coats’ statement and consider whether our issues with China are confined to trade.Read more
Melissa Tallman published UN report: U.S. tariff hike on China would result in global economic downturn | InsideTrade.com in News from Around the Web 2019-02-05 13:03:14 -0500
Editor’s note: And then they cried “wolf” again. This UN report lacks any credibility, ignores trade cheating and ignores global trade imbalances. If a global economic downturn was going to happen with China tariffs, it would have happened. The US and the world will be better off if we fix China’s economic predation and especially if we seek to balance trade.Read more
Melissa Tallman published UAW Invokes Trump’s ‘Buy American,’ Urges Boycott of GM’s Outsourcing to Mexico in News from Around the Web 2019-02-05 09:21:04 -0500
Editor’s note: The UAW is making a good move to urge a boycott of GM for offshoring to China while laying off US workers. There are plenty of cars and trucks made by US workers that we can buy.Read more
Melissa Tallman is the Marketing and Communications Director for CPA. Melissa was an entrepreneur herself, as she recently sold her health & wellness business in 2017. With over 10+ years of management and networking, she has a vast array of skills from strategies, marketing to event coordinating. Her goal is to highlight and bring more awareness of trade issues, with the importance to the U.S. economy. Being a small business owner herself, she understands the daily struggles and triumphs that many face. Melissa enjoys making personal connections and loves to hear YOUR story. With time being just as valuable, she wants to ensure that you are able to get the most out of CPA, receiving your information from us efficiently.
Melissa is completing her degree with Southern New Hampshire University. She lives in Central New York with her husband and 2 boys.