April 12, 2013 Headlines: Trade talks, manufacturing jobs, and more.
MSNBC: Manufacturing jobs in the U.S. are out-pacing other countries for the first time in a decade.
New York Times: The U.S. is staying aggressive in global trade talks in hopes of spurring the world economy.
Reuters: Japan agrees to actions and agreements that would address concerns in the U.S. automotive sector.
Washington Post: Kerry pledges defense of Japan and South Korea against North Korea.
Washington Post: Japan has entered Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations after approval by the U.S.
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