September 26, 2012 Headlines: Foxconn aftermath, prospering Oklahomans, Brooklyn manufacturing, and more.
Washington Post: Analysts believe worker riots at Foxconn will increase if issues aren't addressed.
Herald Business Journal: A new campaign in Washington state raises awareness about locally-made products.
Bloomberg News: Voting in Ohio starts next week and both candidates are making their presence felt, discussing China, among other topics.
New York Times: Brooklyn revamps old industrial buildings to attract new manufacturing.
Tulsa World: Personal income increasing in Oklahoma, as a result of manufacturing.
CNBC: China announces plans to prop up it's struggling solar industry.
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