September 10, 2012 Headlines: New manufacturing skills school in Louisville, made in the U.S.A. popular in Mexico, and more...
Bloomberg: China's slowing output growth could undermind support for ruling communist party.
Louisville Courier Journal: Business owners in Louisville voice support for manufacturing skills school opening in November.
CNN Monday: Manufacturing jobs boom is real, at least for skilled factory workers.
Washington Post: Products made in America sell very well in Mexico, while the country takes on China to become the U.S.'s second-largest trade partner.
Washington Post: Sidebar to previous story -- interactive map showing exports from United States to Mexico.
Bloomberg: While stakeholders meet to discuss Pacific-region trade talks, protesters gather calling for transparency.
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