Tag Archives: China

Report: U.S. economy will depend on trillion-dollar Hispanic ‘niche’

May 25, 2012

0 Comments

The explosive growth of the U.S. Hispanic population should be making consumer-products companies rich, but instead, it is leaving them confused. The U.S. Latino community, already a $1 trillion annual consumer market comprising 52 million people (out of a total U.S. population of 311 million), is on course to grow by another 50 percent in […]

Continue reading...

Neyart uneasy about import fees on solar panels

April 5, 2012

6 Comments

Tom Neyhart, president of Green Grants LLC, a New Orleans solar installation firm, said it’s too early to tell what impact a recent U.S. Commerce Department decision to levy import fees on solar panels made in China will have on his business. But he can’t help but feel uneasy about the decision. Green Grants works […]

Continue reading...

Economist: Green energy will not be real US job creator

January 18, 2011

7 Comments

By Amy McCullough From an editorial in the New York Times by Harvard economics professor Edward L. Glaeser on why green energy manufacturing will never be a real job creator in the United States: “Evergreen Solar announced last week that it was closing its plant in Devens, Mass., laying off 800 workers, and moving production […]

Continue reading...