January 25, 2013 Headlines: China set to create 'super industries,' and more...
Bloomberg: China set to push mergers in nine manufacturing sectors and create 'super industries'.
MIT Technology Review: Design and manufacturing must go hand in hand.
Forbes: U.S. exports to Mexico are on the rise.
WSJ: Manufacturing reports provide, at best, a questionable outlook.
Reuters: Manufacturing in the U.S. grew this month at its fastest in two years.
Huffington Post: Manufacturing high-tech products in the U.S. makes economic sense.
Centre Daily: Siemens announces manufacturing alliance with Penn State.
Bloomberg: Apple acknowledges Chinese labor agent forged work papers for underage employees.
WSJ: Will China enter the currency war?
New York Times: China's unemployed college graduates see factory work as 'beneath them'.
Chicago Tribune: Business leaders ask President Obama to submit trade deals to Congress for vote.
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