August 12, 2013 Headlines: 10 manufacturing states, 6 months after SOTU, 1 manufacturing high school, and more.
USA Today: Highlighting the ten U.S. states where manufacturing matters most.
Bloomberg: China's stocks see significant rise.
Washington Post: Checking-in on President Obama's State Of The Union promises six months later.
Washington Post: U.S. trade with developing countries may cost extra for companies, after Sen. Coburn places hold on trade program.
New York Times: Using Detroit as an example for what not to do when manufacturing jobs leave.
New York Times: In China, fears of food contamination fuel growth of online grocery shopping boom.
KXXV: Texas school district opens manufacturing high school in the hopes of preparing more people for unfilled area jobs.
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