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Are U.S.-China Trade War and COVID-19 influence business opportunities in the United States? The United States is the second-largest consumer of machine tools in the world, the industrial market is still waiting, and global economic demand has not significantly recovered.
According to the economic growth data currently released by the US Department of U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA), in the third quarter of 2019, US private consumption reached a growth rate of 2.6%. Compared with private consumption, the growth rate of private investment is the lowest since President Trump ’s tenure, only 0.4%.
With the advent of Industry 4.0, countries have also adjusted their industrial manufacturing strategies to enhance their smart manufacturing capabilities.
Machine tools can be said to be the mother of various industries, and countries have different marketing strategies based on their production manpower and resources.
2020 is a year of global economic challenges. The United States has the worst epidemic in the world, ethnic conflicts, and political turmoil, but US stocks have soared. After the epidemic and ethnic conflicts, when and how will the US economy restart?
According to the International Economic Forecasting Agency, the global economic growth of this year (2020) is almost the same as the growth rate of 2019. However, the impact of the covid-19 may affect the economy of various countries in the short term and even impact the industrial supply chain. The current situation of the international economy and explain the possible influence factors of the recent development of the North American market, including the US-Canada-Mexico Agreement, the US-Japan Agreement, the US-China trade war, etc., and then the development of the supply chain changes explore the outlook for the North American market.
3D printing technology has been widely used in recent years, and it has also allowed the manufacturing industry to evolve into a "smart" manufacturing industry, which can achieve the large output value with the less manpower.
The U.S. government intends to impose taxes on American companies producing overseas, which should be moved back to the U.S. for domestic manufacturing.