August 20, 2013 Headlines: U.S. manufacturers in the global market, U.S.-China agree on military exchanges, and more.
MoneyNews: Manufacturers in the U.S. are beginning to re-establish their global competitiveness.
Politico: Sugar imports from Australia could effect a free trade deal between U.S.-Japan.
Reuters: U.S.-China agree to expand their military exchanges despite the ongoing cyber-security disputes.
Washington Post: July job numbers show employment in the U.S. is slowing down.
Washington Post: A new state panel is trying to expand Delaware's job market.
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