October 19, 2012 Headlines: trade with China, manufacturing jobs, and more.
The Hill: World Trade Organization rejects China's appeal in steel export case.
CNBC: Did yuan hit record high because of Chinese economy or American politicians?
CIO: Candidates send mixed messages on Apple.
Forbes: Concerns about manufacturing job skills gap are being misreported.
Bloomberg: Philadelphia region experiences surprising jump in manufacturing numbers.
Washington Post: Editorial - Solar Panel case threatens U.S./China trade.
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