Making products only in America works for some companies

05/17/2004 | U.S. News & World Report

It appears that a growing number of consumers -- and some companies -- prefer homemade goods, with some retailers saying that manufacturing domestically enables them to command a premium for these products. This article explores how Fender, American Apparel and Harley-Davidson are succeeding with a commitment to "Made in America."

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