November 27, 2012 Headlines: Garment factory fires, labor violations, and more...
New York Times: Bangladeshi garment workers protested yesterday in response to the factory fire that killed over 100 people.
Washington Post: In internal audit, Samsung finds labor-related violations in Chinese factories.
Wired: Maker's Row aims to bring outsourced jobs home, bridges design/manufacturing gap in process.
Syracuse Post-Standard: New York state government's decisions in 2013 can make or break the manufacturing sector.
Boston Herald: Massachusetts manufacturers project 100,000 open jobs over the next decade.
Washington Post: Orders for machinery & equipment rose in October.
New York Times: While China's economy shows signs of growth, there's no solid prediction for 2013.
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