August 2, 2013 Headlines: July manufacturing numbers, the "Make it in America" agenda, and more.
Bloomberg; Consumer spending has been improving in sync with American's growing incomes.
Forbes: U.S. manufacturing can thrive in emerging industries despite what skeptics say.
The Hill: Rep. Steny Hoyer is hopeful that resistance to the "Make it in America" agenda could change.
Marketplace: Manufacturing's shift toward technology means fewer jobs will be available.
New York Times: Growth at U.S. factories could help improve the economy in the second half of the year.
Reuters: Manufacturing growth improved during the month of July.
Reuters: The U.S. plans to halt Iran's oil exports despite China voicing it's opposition.
Washington Post: The U.S. economy added 162,000 jobs during the month of July.
USA Today: July's manufacturing surge was a product of new orders and hiring.
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