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Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian
Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016     Views: 273

Try the following databases to research domestic versus foreign made:

Academic Search Complete

Business Source Complete

Business via ProQuest

eBooks via EBSCO

Safari Business eBooks

When searching within the databases, keep the search terms you enter into a search box as simple as possible, use phrases or words rather than full sentences. For example:

  1. DO search: American made products
  2. DO NOT search: Why we should buy American made products

Here are some other search terms to try, but don't be afraid to try some of your own!

  • Domestic Made
  • US Made
  • United States made or U.S. made
  • Domestic products
  • Import products
  • North American Free Trade Agreement
  • NAFTA