Manufacturing in America, post-globalisation| FT Film

Manufacturing in america, post-globalisation| ft film

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The FT’s global business columnist Rana Foroohar looks at why the US should bring manufacturing jobs back home. In the second of three films based on her new book, ‘Homecoming: the path to prosperity in a post-global world’, she follows the all-American supply chain of clothing company American Giant, to see how it impacts jobs, businesses and communities

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00:00 Made in America, Again

01:20 An all-American supply chain starts here

03:17 What went wrong with globalisation?

07:00 The cotton gin – a risky business

09:53 Automation at a high-tech mill

13:16 Why manufacturing is important

19:59 The family-run finishing factory

23:21 Worker innovation at the sewing factory

27:33 Education, training and community

29:07 A moment for change?

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