April 18, 2013 Headlines: Free Trade agreements, revitalizing manufacturing, and more.
Bloomberg: U.S. jobs are returning to big cities instead of making the move to the suburbs.
CNBC: The cost of manufacturing in China is quickly catching up to costs in the U.S.
Market Watch: Free-trade agreements serve as antidote to international tensions, talk of war.
National Journal: Several broad policy goals are the focus of manufacturers and associations in revitalizing U.S. manufacturing.
National Journal: Potentional U.S.-E.U. trade deal is an on-going process despite the E.U's goal for finalizing by 2014.
National Journal: Congress is searching for ways to help grow the manufacturing sector and make it a stronger competitor.
Washington Post: Reiniventing manufacturing could be the solution to strengthening U.S. manufacturing.
Washington Post: Data for the month of March shows a progressively stronger U.S. economy.
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