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In the past, the United States lost a lot of jobs. Whenever a company wanted to open a new plant, it was overseas. Whenever they wanted to hire new workers, it was overseas.

Now that’s changing.

Carrier announced they would keep jobs in the U.S.

Ford announced they wanted to make a deal to keep jobs in the U.S.

US Steel announced they are moving 10,000 jobs to the U.S. 

Now this: Panasonic and Tesla are opening a new plant in Buffalo, New York.

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Yahoo News reports: 

“Japanese electronics company Panasonic and U.S. electric car maker Tesla said Tuesday they plan to begin production of photovoltaic cells and modules at a factory in Buffalo, New York . . . The factory in Buffalo is under development by SolarCity Corp., a San Mateo, California-based solar panel company owned by Tesla. The PV cells and modules it produces will be used in solar panels for non-solar roof products and solar glass tile roofs that Tesla plans to begin making, the announcement said. Production is due to begin in mid-2017. Tesla said it will create 1,400 jobs in Buffalo, 500 in manufacturing and plans further expansion in Buffalo.”

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Is it the Trump effect? 

Are we seeing this because companies know America is open for business again? Do they know that regulations are about to be lightened? Do they know that it’s time to Make America Great Again!


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