By Tara Donaldson
The Trump Administration has been narrowly focused on U.S. manufacturing jobs, but disrupting the global value chain that’s in place today could impact global value chains in a way the administration likely isn’t aiming for.
“Saying manufacturing shouldn’t be done overseas is short-sighted because you’re ignoring all of the other jobs here in the U.S. supported by production overseas,” said Julie Hughes, president of the U.S. Fashion Industry Association, a member of the U.S. Global Value Chain Coalition.