September 7, 2012 Headlines: Presidential candidates & manufacturing, jobs for veterans, and more on China's economic slowdown
The Nation.: President Obama's pledge to create 1 million manufacturing jobs by 2016 shows he's serious about job creation.
Bloomberg: Rather than promising to restore manufacturing jobs, presidential candidates should focus on policies that will keep U.S. competitive.
The Atlantic: New initiative trains veterans for skilled manufacturing jobs.
Bloomberg: China's economic slowdown means the country will not meet its goal of 10% trade growth.
Reuters: China approves 60 more infrastructure projects in effort to stimulate its economy.
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