Pittsburgh Tribune Review
April 24, 2010 Saturday
Summit in Cranberry blasts policies that cost jobs
The nation's small and medium-sized businesses and their owners are frustrated by government policies.
An example: trade policies that make it easy for multinational corporations to move goods and jobs and kill business for domestic manufacturers who don't want to move production offshore.
That opinion is unpopular in Washington, said David Frengel, an executive at precision metal products maker Penn United Technologies Inc., on Friday.
But it was a oft-expressed sentiment among the 100 manufacturers and others who spent a day talking about how Western Pennsylvania companies can export more products, while building the region's stock of family-supporting jobs.
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