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Back Stories -- 2010

Obama's Top Economist Discloses Why The Administration Refused To Support U.S. Manufacturing
(December 30, 2010)

Importers Defeat Customs' Proposed Ruling To More Accurately Value Imports
(November 30, 2010)

Motorola Accuses Its Top Chinese Competitor Of Infiltratrating Its Senior Executive And Technical Ranks
(November 15, 2010)

Intel CEO Says U.S. Would Lose No Tax Revenue By Providing Companies With Tax Holidays To Open Plants And Hire Workers
(October 29, 2010)

U.S. Steel Industry Says Get Ready, Chinese Government Companies Are Coming To America
(October 19, 2010)

U.S. GDP And Productivity Have Been Overstated Due To Under-Measurement Of Imports And Offshore Outsourcing
(September 30, 2010)

Outsourcing Trend Is Firing On All Cylinders; Hundreds Of Thousands Americans Lose Good Jobs
(September 15, 2010)

Multinational CEOs Say Outsourcing Has Gone Too Far
(August 30, 2010)

A Rare Event: Manufacturing Issues Are Discussed In The House Of Representatives
(July 30, 2010)

Disconnect: Americans Want A National Manufacturing Strategy, But Washington Can't Deliver
(June 30, 2010)

China's Entry Into The WTO 10 Years Later Is Not What President Clinton Promised
(June 15, 2010)

Chamber Of Commerce President Tom Donohue Blames Labor Unions For Dearth Of Jobs
(May 30, 2010)

You Don't Know Where Your Drugs Come From And Neither Does The FDA; U.S. Imports 90 Percent Of Its Antibiotics (And Vitamin A) From China
(May 15, 2010)

U.S. Exporters Run Into Problems With Foreign Shipping Firms; Federal Maritime Commission Initiates An Investigation
(April 30, 2010)

GE CEO Immelt Says United States Needs A Reorientation Of Policy And Its Economy In Order To Double Exports
(April 16, 2010)

Dozens of U.S. Cities Lose Half Their Population In A Generation: A Record Last Set During The European Plague
(March 31, 2010)

Evergreen Solar Heads To China 'As Quickly As We Can'
(March 5, 2010)

U.S. Becomes A Bit Player In Global Semiconductor Industry: Only One New Fab Under Construction In 2009
(February 12, 2010)

Outsourcing Firms And Foreign Countries Target More American Service Industries, Especially U.S. Law Firms
(January 26, 2010)

A GM Factory With 2,100 Workers Closes, And 33,000 Other People Lose Their Jobs
(January 12, 2010)

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