April 10, 2013 Headlines: Make It in American plan, trade imbalance, and more.
U.S. News: Make It in America jobs plan was introduced with a focus on revitalizing U.S. manufacturing.
CNBC: The trade imbalance in the U.S. is the highest among developed economies.
Huffington Post: A trade investment deal has been signed between California and China.
Quartz: Microchip manufacturing has surged in China, surpassing North America as a consumer of raw materials.
Washington Post: U.S. diplomats are using economic arguments in an attempt to persuade China on cyber attacks.
Washington Post: While North Korea continues to send threats, Washington and its allies must try to "preserve the peace".
Washington Post: Job openings have surged 11 percent in the U.S. while the number of people hired has declined.
Washington Post: The President's proposed spending plan for 2014 predicts deficit would fall to $744 billion.
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