June 6, 2013 Headlines: The economy's impact on U.S.-China relations, blocking the U.S.-EU trade deal, and more.
ABC: Lenovo has opened it's first computer manufacturing plant in North Carolina.
Bloomberg: A U.S. manufacturing company is making a shift to Taiwan, firing 10 percent of it's CA based workers.
Financial Times: Paris plans to block a U.S.-EU trade deal to protect their entertainment industry.
New York Times: Technology transfer is a routine practice in efforts to increase China's competitiveness.
USA Today: U.S.-China relationship could stabilize during their summit, but one economy outpacing the other could ruin it.
UT San Diego: U.S.national defense has become reliant on offshore manufacturers.
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