February 28, 2013 Headlines: China's hacking claims, a new era of U.S. manufacturing and more.
Business Insider: New era of Manufacturing serves U.S. market and reshores manufacturing jobs.
Reuters: China turns tables on U.S. hacking claims, says 2/3 of their hacking threats came from the U.S.
Reuters: New officials look to get control of China's troubled relations with U.S., Japan, and North Korea.
USnews: A second consecutive year of production decline emphasizes U.S. companies declining success in China.
Washington Post: China views Secretary of State John Kerry as a means of coordination rather than confrontation.
Washington Post: With weak ties between U.S. and China, Kerry's first foreign trip should have been focused on China and Japan.
Bloomberg: U.S. economists see sad economic growth rate.
Xconomy: Large scale production sends many manufacturers overseas according to an American production study.
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