March 13, 2013 Headlines: Longer work weeks, free-trade deal, and more.
Reuters: The TPP agreement will be "comprehensive and high-standard."
Bloomberg: Longer work weeks are key driver of manufacturing growth in the U.S.
Bloomberg: The oil boom on the railroads is a major factor for job numbers.
Washington Post: February retail numbers see biggest gain in 5 month period.
Boston Globe: Industry and labor are key to successful trans-Atlantic free trade deal.
Mashable: For Maker's Row, it was easier to find manufacturer on the other side of the world.
Winston-Salem Journal: AMERICA Works Act improves opportunities for manufacturing employment.
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