October 17, 2012 Headlines: Debate aftermath, where the jobs are, and more.
Voice of America: Candidates criticize Chinese policies in second debate.
Manufacturing.net: The relationship between U.S. and China will make 'getting tough' difficult.
Business Insider: China's steel surge has peaked.
USA Today: Weak factory output lead to modest industrial production increases in September.
Washington Post: What the candidates mean with 'tough talk' on China.
Washington Post: Fact check on Romney's China investments.
Industry Market Trends: Where to find manufacturing jobs.
New York Times: Obama administration-backed battery maker files for bankruptcy.
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