January 7, 2013 Headlines: China's effect on U.S. manufacturing, AAM's new office, and more...

Posted by LDonia on 01/07/2013

Wall St. Journal: China to blame for U.S. jobless recovery.

New York Times: China experiences major labor gaps while making products for American market, hires students.

Washington Post: New paper shows without 'permanent normal trade relations' to China, U.S. manufacturing employment would be nearly 30% higher.

New York Times: Positive outlook for the electric car.

National Journal: The Alliance for American Manufacturing's challenge to make an American-made office.

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