February 19, 2013 Headlines: Investing in American manufacturing, and more...

Posted by LDonia on 02/19/2013

Reuters: Siemens official on why the company decided to invest in American manufacturing.

Washington Post: U.S. security firm accuses Chinese military of hacking attacks.

The Atlantic Cities: NYU professor discusses why manufacturing will not save the U.S.

US News/AP: China denies its rank as world's biggest trader.

Business Insider: China now the leading consumer of smartphones and tablets.

 

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