Originally Posted by websnap
Yeah, it's kind of foolish in one sense - I mean imagine if China decided they wanted to tax the US sales of the products made in there. Ridiculous, I know... it would be double...
Originally Posted by trumptman
It's called birds of a feather flock together.
Plus he gets to enjoy all the benefits of living in the economically freest place on the planet while smugly sitting...
Originally Posted by lkrupp
I'm having difficulty differentiating between "built completely in the U.S." with "assembled in the U.S. using foreign made parts." It would seem the latter would be...
Originally Posted by MacRonin
Keeping it in the 'family', I like that idea…!
Yeah, well, except that that plant has probably long since been re-purposed for something else, by someone else. It's...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
NeXT had US assembly. There is a video of the plant somewhere online but I can't seem to locate it.
In fact the old NeXT plant (Fremont, CA) would be perfect for this...
Originally Posted by rcfa
Yup, Mac Pro would also have been my guess: it's a product line with low volume thus suitable for ramping up production without instantly having to produce millions of units.