August 9, 2012: Gaining jobs from Europe, Shrinking trade deficit, Weak Chinese factory output, and more
Forbes: Need for specialized labor may bring manufacturing jobs to the U.S. from Europe.
AP via Boston.com: Toyota sales executive predicts the company will create more manufacturing jobs in the U.S.
Reuters: China's factory output in July was weakest in three years.
New York Times: Struggling U.S. battery maker that received government loan, rescued by Chinese business.
Wall Street Journal: U.S. trade deficit in June at it's lowest level since 2010.
Reuters: Jobs report and shrinking trade deficit suggest the economy is growing.
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