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Trade deficit hits home in Wisconsin

Terry Hicks, president of the AFL-CIO in western Wisconsin, doesnt expect to see many of his railroad brethren hanging around the union hall these days. Theyre all working overtime handling the tremendous volume of freight traveling the nations rails.

The trains arriving from the coasts are full (with foreign-made goods), Hicks said Feb. 17 at a La Crosse fo......

Full article >>> ,000 any time soon, according to Terry Ludeman, chief labor economist for the state Department of Workforce Development.

How can Wisconsin be exporting more goods and services and still have fewer people working in manufacturing?

Productivity gains and new technology are part of the answer. American factories that were lagging in robotics and other high-tech processes are catchin......

Full article >>> nsume all of its goods and services within its borders nor can they be consumed within the borders of the United States alone. Wisconsin farmers, manufacturers, service providers and technologists must compete on a global stage. Its painful when the state loses workers, but Wisconsin is creating more jobs in the long run by staking out the high ground of knowledge-based jobs and more efficient, t......

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'"/> By Tom Still 02/21/05

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