May 1, 2013 Headlines: The rules of global trade, reshoring, and more.
Bloomberg: Most recent reports show that April was a slow month for U.S. manufacturing.
Bloomberg: Federal budget cuts and higher taxes will weigh heavily on the U.S. economic expansion and slow job creation.
CNBC: Consumer confidence in the U.S. improved during the month of April.
Forbes: Obama's manufacturing proposal continues a long history of support for "innovation in American industry".
Fort Mills Times: Re-invention and recreation are key to the improving U.S. manufacturing sector and economy.
U.S. News: America needs to continue to play a key role in writing the rules of global trade.
Washington Post: U.S. firms that move their manufacturing back to the U.S. could be a sign of a renaissance.
Yahoo!: The U.S. is staying neutral in the China-Japan island dispute despite China's warnings.
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