Friday, October 25, 2013

Lessons From Germany

Triggered by rising energy costs in comparison to the U.S., German companies are looking at U.S. manufacturing facility investments in increasing numbers. 

This tidbit comes from Vistage economists Alan and Brian Beaulieu.  See Alan's latest at "Germany on the Go."  Alan's piece says, "According to a Wall St. Journal survey, 15% planned on increasing spending in Germany; 54% said they were looking to emerging markets or the U.S."

That's good news, but Alan takes it further with lessons for the U.S. on why we don't need to be messing with energy policy that, left to its own, could boost the U.S. economy.

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