May 16, 2013 Headlines: factory collapses in Cambodia, U.S. retail industry dismisses plan for safer working conditions, & more
Washington Post: Part of Cambodian factory producing shoes for sale in U.S. collapses.
Bloomberg: China believes its economy is being hurt by weak yen.
Washington Post: Production in U.S. factories slowed in April.
U.S. News: Minnesota Senator releases study showing manufacturing sector has left women behind.
Forbes: Ten places lead the U.S. manufacturing revival.
Northwest Indiana Times: Editorial: Buy American for federal projects makes sense.
Washington Post: 3-D printing changes the game of jewelry and craft manufacturers.
Reuters: China warns EU that solar duties would harm trade relations.
CNN Money: EU on cusp of launching investigation into unfair practices by Chinese telecom firm.
Washington Post: Trade group representing U.S. retail industry dismisses plan to improve global factory conditions.
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