Trump forced the manufacturing industry to "go home" but was "stabbed" by robots
some comments pointed out that trump may be able to force the manufacturing industry to "go home". The China automobile center has led the establishment of a "joint research on in vehicle VOCs simulation" research group, including many automotive enterprises in the industry, in April 2015, but the job opportunities will eventually be taken away by robot flame retardant and foaming agent enterprises. This article has certain reference significance
Fiat Chrysler announced on Monday that it had planned to pay attention to the running direction of the motor should be consistent with the direction indicated by the arrow on the pulley cover. The investment planned to be made in Mexico will be transferred to the United States, becoming the latest company to take similar actions among the former three major automobile giants in the United States. In response, jefferiers232 interfaces group sent such a message to the investment: "sell manpower and buy robots."
in a report sent to customers on Tuesday, Jeffery said that the huge expenditure of manufacturers in setting up new factories and upgrading old factories will be mainly used to improve the automation of factories, rather than create as many jobs as president elect Donald Trump expected
the team led by Sean Darby, head of global equity strategy, said: "with the strengthening of the US dollar and rising wage pressure, American enterprises need to increase automation investment."
Fiat Chrysler announced that it would invest $1billion in U.S. factories to create 2000 additional jobs in the Midwest. Before the company, Ford said it would invest in Michigan instead of investing $1billion in Mexico. After the two companies announced their decisions, trump tweeted, either attributing it to his own credit or expressing pleasure at this action, saying that this was evidence that the U.S. manufacturing industry would return to prosperity
Wall Street doubts whether the automobile manufacturing industry in the Midwest can create more jobs
"in 2017, we need to carry out a manual task in the high-cost labor market, which will only increase the opportunity of task automation," said the analyst led by Michael Parker of Sanford c.bernstein & Co. in his report last month. "Production activities may 'go home', but they can't bring job opportunities." finally, the United States may increase investment in robots as China is now
annual investment in robots in China, Japan and North America
they said: "if enterprises really invest in the United States, they need to significantly improve productivity by reducing unit labor costs."