A U.S. Mill Re-opens to Meet China’s Rising Demand for Diapers
For decades, a Made in America logo was a symbol of pride and quality for Americans and it’s back. In China, no less. In a switch, a closed Virginia paper mill will reopen and produce fluff pulp to be exported to China for use in hygiene products. As the middle class grows in China, so does their demand for convenience items and the Made in America mark is said to be a symbol of quality for them . . .