May 3, 2013 Headlines: Manufacturing jobs unchanged in April, re-thinking cheap clothing, and more...
Buffalo News: New training centers will ensure local workers fill jobs at new factories.
New York Times: U.S. adds 165K jobs in April, though manufacturing jobs numbers unchanged.
WWLP.com: Massachusetts prepares for 100,000 vacant manufacturing jobs over next decade.
New York Times: Garment manufacturers in Bangladesh express concern over losing business from Western companies.
Business Insider: If there's really a manufacturing resurgence, why don't the job creation numbers show it?
NBC News: Consumers share blame for Bangladesh factory collapse, but reshoring garment manufacturing is a viable solution.
New York Times: Cheap clothes still come at a steep cost.
The Atlantic Wire: New leader of China channels Thomas Friedman.
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