December 5, 2012 Headlines: garment factory fire in China, plane manufacturing in Florida, and more.
AP via Manufacturing.net: Man who started garment factory fire in China, killing 14, angry about unpaid wages.
CNBC: Within 5 years, India will be second-most competitive manufacturing destination, following China.
Huffington Post: Chicago's Re-building Exchange makes consumer products from materials heading for landfills.
Orlando Business Journal: Italian plane maker setting up manufacturing facility in Florida.
Living Green Magazine: A look at Green Manufacturing - in infographic form.
Reuters via WSJ: Expert says 80% chance Chinese companies will exit U.S. stock exchanges en masse.
Washington Post: U.S. Senate considers bill to normalize trade with Russia.
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