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We'll be US international trade -- very more than expected in February imports -- by the most in three years since on US businesses are doing their part close the gap by making products usually made.
Overseas Jeff -- is at oak street.
-- makers and Chicago but more -- Who -- you could make money selling shoes in not only the US but elsewhere around the world it is oak street -- makers.
And the gap as we as you just said.
Narrowed surprisingly greatly and partly because of exports being up take a look at the numbers supposed to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 52 billion dollars instead it was 46 billion dollars Pimco trade surplus in this country since the seventy's by the -- but George Lagos is doing his best to try and turn -- around George.
You make -- street boots.
You design it yourself you make of the name.
Yeah that's right all of our shoes or handcrafted in America old fashioned way out of baggage.
Using the finest materials in the world how can you compete to -- that says these are some of the designs that we see here how can you do this obviously you can make things more cheaply overseas how do you -- yet people are tired of living in and disposable -- when you can just -- -- -- and -- away all virtues are -- collapsed -- -- last a lifetime manufacture here's the other thing this is -- shop in Chicago called independents Chicago everything that you see in the -- not only the issues -- here.
And sold overseas particularly Japan and a big market for them everything you see in the shop made here in the USA I think people.
Are really trying to do a better job.
Of knowing where things are built.
Right here in the USA George's father by the way a master cobbler who told him.
Telco in the shoe business you'll never make any money but he's -- And you name -- all right -- you very much Jeff Flock live out in Chicago greater part of core.
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