September 7, 2011 Headlines: Jobs Speech Preview, Romney on China, Costs of Outsourcing, and More
NYT: With the President’s upcoming jobs speech, Congressional Democrats are pushing him to invest more in public works and infrastructure jobs.
Yglesias: Mitt Romney pledges to name China as a currency manipulator.
Forbes: The Pentagon’s policies are undermining American manufacturing through a short-sighted approach to procurement and sourcing.
WaPo: German industrial production rose 4% in July. What do they have that we don’t? Maybe a Manufacturing Strategy?
NYT: Increasing manufacturing leads to increasing profits?
NYT: Former Chief Economist Lawrence Katz makes the case for investing in workers.
WSJ: Reports of China’s manufacturing slowdown have been greatly exaggerated.
M&T News: The actual costs of moving production to China. Hint: it’s higher than you’d think.
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