May 14, 2013 Headlines: Redefining success, building Amtrak, banning Tesla, and more...
Brookings: The key to U.S. manufacturing competitiveness resides in each region.
NPR: Writers discuss the likelihood of improved garment factory conditions given the high demand for cheap clothes.
Wall St. Journal: After four months of disappointing economic data, many economists cut their forecasts for China.
Huffington Post: It's time to re-define "success" for the U.S. manufacturing sector.
Washington Post: Kevin Drum believes robots will take away American jobs.
New York Times: Amtrak unveils plans for 70 new locomotives which will be manufactured in 60 cities across the U.S.
Washington Post: Prices paid by U.S. importers fell for second straight month.
Huffington Post: President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron promoted a broad trade agreement between the U.S.& E.U.
New York Times: Chinese government says it is pushing forward with significant changes to bolster Chinese economy.
Slate: North Carolina debates banning the sale of American-made Tesla cars in the state.
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