February 14, 2013 Headlines: State of the Union follow-up, speculation on American manufacturing revival, and more...
WSJ - Marketwatch: Optimism for manufacturing rebound grows, despite very slow rates of re-shoring.
Forbes: Can Obama revive manufacturing in the United States?
CNN: State of the Union places 3-D printing in the spotlight.
Brookings Institution: Congress and the American people should embrace manufacturing hubs.
The Hill: President Obama uses SOTU address to highlight proposals for manufacturing revival.
NPR: Following SOTU, President Obama tries to build support in NC for manufacturing proposals.
Washington Post: Additional coverage of North Carolina event.
Reuters: Various businesses and centers in Ohio provide manufacturing model for the rest of the U.S.
Bloomberg: It should be easier for China to buy American companies.
CNBC: Trade talks between EU and US will be complete within two years.
NYT: President takes SOTU show on the road, while politicians from both parties express skepticism.
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