June 28, 2013 Headlines: Nissan's jobs creation in the U.S., China's security claims, and more.

Posted by LRaup on 06/28/2013

Bloomberg: China's involvement with Snowden has damaged the U.S.-China relationship.

IHT: China continues to criticize the U.S. on security despite having its own extensive and invasive surveillance.

Investopedia: U.S. manufacturing continues to grow after The Great Recession. 

Washington Post: Nissan sets a goal to have 85% of it's U.S.-purchased vehicles manufactured in North America.

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