February 5, 2013 Headlines: American factory orders increase, problems plague many aspects of Chinese manufacturing, and more...
New York Times: American factories saw increased orders in December, following November's decrease.
WSJ: Factory closings in the U.S. have declined, but factory openings have declined faster.
Reuters: Don't mistake China's January trade numbers as clear sign of recovery.
WSJ: China's construction-manufacturing sector in disarray.
New York Times: Factories not just heavily polluting China's drinking water, also depleting it.
CFR (blog): Harvard professors create concise, compelling case for why American manufacturing matters.
The Hill: $5T free trade deal with EU still a possibility.
Foreign Policy: WTO members doing free trade incorrectly.
Washington Post: Market access barriers thwart plans of American businesses to invest in China.
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