August 27, 2013 Headlines: General Electric joins a Made in America campaign, the possibility of quick economic growth, and more

Posted by LRaup on 08/27/2013

Bloomberg: The U.S. is capable of returning to quick economic growth despite most pessimistic outlooks. 

Investor Place: Walmart is joined by General Electric in its campaign for Made in America.

PR NewsWire: Nissan's U.S. manufactured exports may double by the year 2015. 

 

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