September 11, 2012 Headlines: Jobs for veterans, trade gap widening, and the effects of China's sluggish economy
Bloomberg: New task force working to close gap between military manufacturing training and requirements for civilian jobs in effort to aid veterans in finding work.
NYT: Worker advocacy groups say teachers are forcing their students to work on iPhone assembly lines at Foxconn.
Reuters: Decrease in iron ore prices leads to many Chinese miners curbing output.
Coshocton Tribune: Romney tells Ohio he will create more manufacturing jobs; offers not detail as to how.
Detroit Free Press: U.S. Labor Secretary says Trade Adjustment Assistance program should be expanded to help manufacturing workers who lost their jobs as a result of foreign competition.
ZD Net: China's struggling economy may hurt IT manufacturing sector the most.
Business Insider: Weak overseas economies hurting U.S. manufacturing.
Financial Times: U.S. trade gap widened in July.
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