When things are made, they need to be sold to someone, just look at Apple's success. Demand is thus manufactured, and in-turn has the effect of increasing manufacturing jobs to keep up. Redress is right if the model he relies on is the current system. Problem is that it doesn't work that way. Demand isn't something that manufacturers create, or affect, it begins always at the consumer level, and that is accimplished by salesmen, and through marketing.