Nov. 15 2010 08:25 PM

    Air Cargo World--A survey of 125 U.S. high-tech companies has concluded that manufacturers see little chance of meeting president Obama’s goal of doubling U.S. exports in the next five years. 

    Sixty percent said the U.S. is too expensive for high-tech manufacturing. Only three percent of respondants thought Obama's export goals would be met. Companies said reducing total supply chain costs had been the number one priority over the past two years and remains the top driver of future supply chain changes. Read more!