|Obama said manufacturing jobs are never coming back to America. Trump proved him dead wrong.|
Detroit automakers are facing technological disruption, whipsawing government policies and economic uncertainty.
Driving the news: Just-completed labor contracts between Detroit automakers and the United Auto Workers union yielded $22.7 billion in planned investment in U.S. factories over the next four years, adding or securing 25,400 jobs.
But that is just the start. You don't open up new plants over night. It takes years to get through regulatory red tape. But the Trump corporate tax cuts now make it economically feasible to once again manufacture product in the USA.