December 3, 2012 Headlines: China surpasses U.S. as global trade partner, and more...

Posted by LDonia on 12/03/2012

Reuters: Chinese manufacturing grew in November for the first time in over a year.

Bloomberg: Some predict U.S. manufacturing expanded in November, others that it slowed.

The Atlantic: The return of manufacturing to the United States is just getting started.

Seeking Alpha: A critical look at the Atlantic's insourcing article.

The Seattle Times: China surpasses United States as global trading partner.

Bloomberg: U.S. stock futures rise on Chinese manufacturing's positive numbers.

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