January 23, 2013 Headlines: U.S. Trade Rep stepping down, concerns about manufacturing report, and more...
Washington Post: It's official, U.S. Trade Rep Ron Kirk is stepping down in February
Quartz: Is the U.S. 'manufacturing renaissance' in danger of not happening?
Technology Review: Corning serves as case study in innovation that is possible when companies manufacture 'in-house' rather than outsource.
CBS: Concerns about U.S. manufacturing report leads to drop in oil prices.
Wall St. Journal: Aggressively pursuing freer trade can save President Obama's export initiative.
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