Depends on the item, but for small-ish, regular day-to-day items, the price for the consumer tends to be roughly the same. However, if a manufacturer chooses to make their goods in the US, they typically have to pay the workers more money than if they have it done overseas.
Most often, the ‘value-items’ side by side to the name brands are made in American and at a cheaper price, but the same quality.
I agree that it depends on the item. Clothing that is made in the U.S. is usually more expensive, but then there are the arguments that you are usually getting a higher quality product and are supporting U.S. designers and U.S. manufacturing jobs.
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