February 27, 2013 Headlines: U.S.-China misunderstandings, positive manufacturing numbers, and more.
FoxNews: Future 3D movies to come with "Made in China" stamp.
Washington Post: US- China misunderstandings rooted in belief that systems are similar.
Washington Post: Rising factory activity good sign for American manufacturing numbers.
Reuters: Japanese Prime Minister poised to join U.S.-led trade talks.
Foreign Affairs: Transatlantic Trade set to be a success with potential for flourishing businesses.
Stateline: American manufacturing on upswing after many years of decline.
Medill Reports: Manufacturing sees 357 mass layoffs in January alone.
Insurance Journal: Positive manufacturing numbers create challenge for risk management and insurance.
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