April 15, 2013 Headlines: A stronger manufacturing sector, U.S.-China-North Korea relations, and more.
The Buffalo News: Manufacturing in the U.S. is strengthening despite companies struggling to find skilled workers.
National Post: U.S.-China reach an agreement that would work to reduce greenhouse gases.
NBC News: Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. prepared to reach out to North Korean leadership.
Wall Street Journal: U.S.-South Korea deal is proof that free-trade agreements boost exports.
Washington Post: Manufacturing faces an unclear future despite Obama's campaign promises.
Washington Post: North Korea must honor past agreements in order to begin talks with the U.S. and Japan.
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