What we don’t typically think about is where these items (and other “manufactured goods”) come from, or maybe we assume everything is “made in
Then you’ll be surprised to hear the
Now you might be thinking this blogger has no clue what is going on because you just took out your phone and saw that it was not “made” in the
And it turns out the industry that allows us to know what Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe (and Lamar) did today (computer and electronic products) added value to our economy at an increasing rate despite the recession. This bodes well for us excited about the next iPad or iPhone version 10.0. At this rate, we will be able to read what Kim did, view the new Britney video, and play “Angry Birds” simultaneously. It only gets better!
(Commerce Dept. (BEA), Bureau of Labor Statistics, Institute for Supply Management, International Centre for Trade & Sustainable Development)