March 21, 2013 Headlines: Manufacturing's global presence, confronting cyber attacks, and more.
CNBC: High standards of transparency and economic integration are pivotal for China to join TPP.
Washington Post: The average number of America's seeking unemployment aid has fallen to a five-year low.
The Wall Street Journal: U.S. stresses the importance of confronting cyber attacks during Lew's meetings in China.
Chron: Forbes' list of the best cities for manufacturing jobs ranks Houston at the number one.
International Business Times: A global presence is key to the recovery of U.S. manufacturing.
The Atlantic Cities: U.S. manufacturing sector could possibly be saved by the oil boom.
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