August 26, 2013 Headlines: Changes for manufacturing success, tensions over the NSA in U.S.-EU trade negotiations, and more.
Bloomberg: Singapore has become a pivatol part of U.S. companies tapping into the global market.
New York Times: The Affordable Care Act may make part-time jobs more appealing in the U.S.
New York Times: Tax payers have a right to correct and understandable jobs data.
The Guardian: A German official is threatening to suspend U.S.-EU trade negotians over NSA spying.
Truthout: Detroit symbolizes forgotten principles of supply & demand & a deminished manufacturing sector.
Wall Street Journal: A variety of changes must happen before manufacturing in the U.S. can succeed.
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