June 29, 2011 Headlines: Lack of Action on Manufacturing, Trade Deals Advance, Lessons from Germany, and More
Politico: Is the White House doing enough on manufacturing?
WSJ: State and local tax revenues are up. (hmm...and manufacturing jobs are up over the past 17 months....anyone notice the connection?)
AFL-CIO: The President visits an Alcoa plant, represented by Steelworkers, in Iowa.
NYT: Trade deals advance in Congress. (Whither China currency legislation?)
NYT: Labor announces an infrastructure investment program.
WSJ: Auditors are looking closely at the books of Chinese firms.
WaPo: We are not Germany, but we could absorb some of it's economic lessons.
USAT: Solar manufacturing may lose some ground in this Congress.
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