China vs. U.S.

Higher wages in China and high oil prices in addition to high productivity of American workers have some experts believe U.S. may recover some jobs
By Ken Little

    The idea of competing with overseas manufacturers is not quite as daunting for American companies as it seemed a few years ago. Fluctuating fuel costs, natural disasters overseas affecting the product pipeline and a gradually improving economy all make ... [Subscriber-only content]


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Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 120

Issue 120
June/July 2012

Cover Story

  • Grab Apple
  • The fresh cut industry is booming and a new apple processing facility in Oswego County wants to capitalize on the new trend

Profiles

Robert Lighthall

On The Job

On The Job

Success Stories

Black Clawson

My Turn

More Gloomy News for Newspaper Industry

Newsmakers

Newsmakers

First Person

Six Tips for Achieving Financial Fitness

Economic Trends

Foreign Trade Zone

Special Article

A Time For Savings

Last Page

Carol Sweeney

Where Are They Now

Dave Thomas