September 12, 2012 Headlines: A record manufacturing trade deficit, a call for Mitt Romney to double down on trade, and more.
Bloomberg: Independent researcher uses Census Bureau data to prove record manufacturing trade deficit.
Reuters: New analysis says U.S. companies manufacturing metal and chemicals are most likely to move jobs back to U.S. from China.
NYT: China's status as a 'low-trust society' inhibits it's ability to become in innovation society.
CNBC: Former Chinese central bank adviser says U.S. need to get serious about public finance reform.
Huffington Post: If Romney is serious about trade, he needs to double down on his promises.
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