November 26, 2012 Headlines: States focus on manufacturing, the wage-gap theory gains momentum, and more...
USA Today: Some manufacturing jobs lost to the recession have come back and even multiplied.
CBS News: New research facility in Virginia aims to help the state, and country, bring back manufacturing jobs.
Daily News (Bowling Green): Majority of Kentucky manufacturers in poll will hire new workers in 2013.
Kansas City Star: USW members are returning to work at Milbank following a lockout last week.
Forbes: Numbers support the wage-gap, rather than skills-gap, theory.
New York Times: A Q&A follow up with maker of the Bionic Wrench.
The Daily Beast: With new leadership in place, China will aim to export and monetize its culture next.
Washington Post: China's manufacturing sector is less appealing to companies; needs renaissance to survive.
Bloomberg: Chinese manufacturing index signals first expansion in over a year.
New York Times: A free trade agreement between the U.S. and Europe gains momentum.
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