CPA 2020 Reshoring Index Improved Slightly while Manufacturing Trade Deficit Surged to Historic High

WASHINGTON — The Coalition for a Prosperous America (CPA) today released a new study of the CPA Reshoring Index (CRI) showing domestic manufacturers’ market share in the domestic U.S. manufactured goods market. The CRI rose slightly from 69.4 in 2019 to 69.6 in 2020, indicating domestic producers met only 69.6% of total U.S. demand for…

CPA Reshoring Index Improves Slightly in 2020 as Manufacturing Trade Deficit Plunges to Worst Ever

Executive Summary The CPA Reshoring Index is the first and only measure of U.S. producers’ share of the U.S. domestic market for manufactured goods. It is calculated from federal government data on manufacturing production, imports, and exports. The Reshoring Index for 2020 shows that U.S. producers had a 69.6% share of the U.S. market with…

CPA Reshoring Index Shows Manufacturing Import Penetration Hit New Low in Q1 2020

By Steven L. Byers, PhD, and Jeff Ferry The CPA Reshoring Index (CRI) rose to +173 in the first quarter of 2020, indicating that US manufacturers gained 1.73 percentage points of market share in the US market for manufactured goods. Import penetration in US manufacturing in the first quarter fell to 28.9%, its lowest level…