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What is Made In America?

Made In America Industry Collage

Eighth in a Series of Manufacturing Profiles: What is Made in America? These profiles are a follow-up to the ESA report "What is Made in America?" which estimates the dollar value and domestic-production percentage of what America produces.

Made In America: Fabricated Metal Products

In 2013, shipments from the U.S. manufacturing sector totaled $5.8 trillion. So, what do we make in the United States? This eighth profile in a series by the U.S. Commerce Department's Office of the Chief Economist (OCE) in the Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) examines fabricated metal product manufacturing. Previous profiles explored machinery; food, beverages and tobacco products; transportation equipment (excluding motor vehicles); chemicals; apparel, leather, and allied products; petroleum and coal products; and computer and electronic products.

US Commerce Department Releases New Report Showing Intellectual Property-Intensive Industries Contribute $5 Trillion, 40 Million Jobs to US Economy

WASHINGTON, April 11, 2012 – The U.S. Commerce Department today released a comprehensive report, entitled “Intellectual Property and the U.S. Economy: Industries in Focus,” which finds that intellectual property (IP)-intensive industries support at least 40 million jobs and contribute more than $5 trillion dollars to, or 34.8 percent of, U.S. gross domestic product (GDP).

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