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'Made in USA' makes a comeback

Wal-Mart, Caterpillar and 3M work to source products at home

7:35 PM, Jan. 22, 2013
A worker makes shoes at Rancourt & Co.'s factory in Lewiston, Maine. The company, among others, relies on its 'Made in the USA' claim to connect with shoppers.
A worker makes shoes at Rancourt & Co.'s factory in Lewiston, Maine. The company, among others, relies on its 'Made in the USA' claim to connect with shoppers.
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It's becoming downright American to make stuff in America.

Small manufacturers, craftsmen and retailers are marketing the Made-in-USA tag to score points with consumers for employing stateside, said Margarita Mendoza, founder of the Made in America Movement, a lobbying organization for small manufacturers.

It's working: More than 80 percent of Americans are willing to pay more for Made-in-USA products, 93 percent of whom say it's because they want to keep jobs in the U.S., according to a survey released in November by Boston Consulting Group. In ultra-partisan times, it's one of the ...

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