January 16, 2013 Headlines: no consensus on whether or not manufacturing is making a comeback, and more...
Washington Times: Opinion - Think twice about the veracity of the 'manufacturing renaissance' claims.
Bloomberg: New York Region manufacturing contracted...again.
Business Insider: Has Walmart become synonymous with 'Made in China'?
Industry Week: U.S. Manufacturing on the cusp of something big.
Washington Post: New trade measurements suggest U.S. deficit with China may be lower than originally thought.
Forbes: How will the trade relations between the U.S. and China change in 2013?
Business Insider: Apple creates payment plans in an effort to boost iPhone sales in China.
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