April 19, 2013 Headlines: Trade deal benefits, stimulating global trade, and more.
Forbes: "Trade liberalization" is a factor in stimulating job growth and global trade.
New York Times: As a response to North Korea's threats, China's Wu Dawei will visit Washington, DC.
New York Times: The shift in economic momentum during March may have carried over into April.
Reuters: U.S.-E.U would gain the benefits of a free trade deal quicker than what was estimated.
Brand Channel: Despite risks, automobile manufacturing is beginning to return to the U.S. from overseas.
Foreign Policy: Analysts are failing to see the importance of manufacturing in the U.S.
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