Do you know what's made in America?

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America may be making a manufacturing comeback, but many of the products we use every day are manufactured overseas. Find out if you're a savvy consumer with this quiz.

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Which of these toys is completely made in the USA?

The Slinky is the only toy on the list that is completely made in the U.S. Barbies and American Girl dolls are produced by Mattel, which closed its last American factory in 2002. Cabbage Patch Kids are made overseas, though the “hospital” where they are “born” is located in Cleveland, Ga.

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Which of these American items is not made in the U.S.?

Rawlings, which has been the official supplier for the MLB since 1977, manufactures its baseballs in Costa Rica.

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Which of these musical instruments is not produced in America?

The lower-cost Fender guitar models have been made in Japan since the 1980s. The Squier series is produced in Japan, Korea, China and other Asian countries.

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Which of these items is manufactured in the U.S.?

Strangely, everything on the list except fortune cookies is made in China. Though they are served in Chinese restaurants around the world, fortune cookies (and their origin) have nothing to do with China.

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Which of these clothing brands makes all of its clothing in the U.S.?

American Apparel boasts “Fashionable basics. Sweatshop Free. Made in America.” And while the other brands might seem integral to American style, their clothing and shoes are manufactured overseas.

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All of these children's products are made in the USA except:

Etch A Sketch toys have been made in China since 2001, while the others on the list are produced in American factories.

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Which of these cars is made from parts mostly manufactured in Asian countries?

Only 10 percent of the Chevrolet Spark’s parts come from North America. The car is assembled in Korea.

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Whirlpool dryers, dishwashers, freezers and top-loaders are made in which country?

Whirlpool has committed to a five-year, billion-dollar investment in plants based in the U.S.

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Which running shoe is made in the U.S.?

New Balance is the last major athletic footwear brand that manufactures its shoes in the United States. According to the Washington Post, "about 25 percent of the shoes New Balance sells in North America are either manufactured or assembled at one of the five New England factories."

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Roughly what percentage of Amercans' purchases come from overseas?

"In 1960, foreign goods made up just 8 percent of Americans' purchases. Today, nearly 60 percent of everything we buy is made overseas," ABC News reported in 2010.

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Of the following countries, which is the largest producer of manufactured goods?

According to the most recent United Nations Data, American manufacturing output was nearly $2 trillion in 2012. The U.S. was only surpassed by China, which won out by more than $500 billion.

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True or false? 'Made in the USA' labels can only go on products that are 100% made in the U.S.

"Made in the USA" can be vague, meaning that all or nearly all of the parts came from the U.S. Many brands claim that their products are "Created in America" when they are actually manufactured elsewhere. More information can be found at the Bureau of Consumer Protection's website.

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About what percentage of clothes and shoes sold in the U.S. are manufactured overseas?

According to Plunkett Research, 98 percent of shoes sold in the U.S. are produced elsewhere. That goes for clothes, too, ABC News reported in 2011.

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What’s the largest U.S. manufacturing industry in terms of output?

Chemicals are the leader in U.S. manufacturing, accounting for 14.6 percent of total manufacturing GDP in 2013, according to calculations from U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis data.

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About 20 years ago, China’s manufacturing output was 4.6 percent of the global share. What percentage does China hold now?

According to United Nations data from 2011, China held a 20.7 percent share of global manufacturing.

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What contributed to the decline of manufacturing in the U.S.?

In the late 20th century, the U.S. began importing more than it exported, and with trade agreements, outsourcing labor became a viable option — especially as China entered the global market with its significantly lower wages. Meanwhile, the U.S. began a transition into a service-based economy, a trend that continues today.

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