October 26, 2012 Headlines: Positive U.S. economic news, Ohio, and more
Washington Post: U.S. economy expands more than predicted.
Time: China-baiting taps into Ohio voters' frustrations.
Cleveland Plain Dealer: Fact checking claim that 6,400 Ohioans lost manufacturing jobs in September.
WSJ: Without increased demand, the U.S. will not see manufacturing growth.
Bloomberg: Better-than-expected economic numbers likely due to consumer spending.
Chicago Tribune: Think-tank predicts China's exports will increase 6-7% this year.
Minyanville: Apple makes products in China because U.S. high-tech manufacturing is not competitive enough.
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