February 8, 2013 Headlines: U.S. annual deficit with China skyrockets, and more...
Bloomberg: U.S. Trade Deficit in goods falls, while annual deficit with China skyrocketed.
Washington Post: HP sets stricter guidelines for factory employment in China.
New York Times: China sees surge in both imports and exports from 2011 numbers.
WNYC: Bring manufacturing operations to the United States does not guarantee more jobs.
Washington Post: ExOne 3D printer sees shares nearly triple on first day as publicly traded company.
Business Insider: Ten key ways China's manufacturing dwarves the rest of the world.
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