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John Bryson: "Towards a Renaissance in Manufacturing"

John Bryson, U.S. Secretary of Commerce

Keynote speaker at MIT LGO conference on "The Future of Manufacturing in the U.S." (May 9, 2012)

Secretary John Bryson helps lead the federal government's efforts in support of American manufacturing as co-chair of the White House Office of Manufacturing Policy. Secretary Bryson discusses the importance of manufacturing—including related priorities of increasing U.S. exports, increasing investment in the U.S., and driving innovation—and the Administration's commitment to supporting a renaissance in American manufacturing.

International Copyright, 2012, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Government

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