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Manufacturing Insider Exposes the Problems in the China Production Game

Poorly Made in China by Paul Midler offers constructive reflections on the world’s most dynamic economy. The book provides a unique look at the rough-and-tumble environment in which so many of our consumer products are made. This narrative takes the reader on a romp through a number of manufacturing sectors; part business book, part comedy, the book pulls back the curtain on China manufacturing to reveal the folly of producing consumer goods on the other side of the planet.

A Year Without ‘Made in China’ by Sara Bongiorni – NOW IN PAPERBACK

A YEAR WITHOUT “MADE IN CHINA” challenges the assumptions of those calling for new trade protections and highlights real-life issues surrounding Americans’ dependence on a presumed economic steamroller. As the Bongiorni family navigates the costs and hassles of daily life without Chinese goods, readers will find themselves asking if they, too, could live a year without Chinese imports—and if they would really want to try.