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Manufacturing News
November 16, 2007 Vol. 14, No. 20

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Currency Reform Legislation Is Still Alive; It Will Be Bundled In A Larger China Trade Reform Bill Spurred By Unsafe Imports
1145
1
International Trade Commission Finds Another U.S. Industry Completely Gone
704
1
Competitiveness Bill Creates Summits And Study Groups And Approves More Money For Federal Manufacturing & Technology Programs
745
2
University of Texas San Antonio Creates Manufacturing Center To Keep Up With Toyota
192
3
Why Korea And Not Japan Negotiated A Free Trade Agreement With The U.S.
710
3
Steep Downturn In Truck Industry Forces Stoneridge To Move Production To China
487
4
Council On Competitiveness Receives Government Grant To Research Regional Innovation Leadership
221
5
U.S. Has No Ability To Make High-Tech Warm Outerwear
572
5
Retailers, Customers And Investors Push Green Business Revolution Deep Into The Supply Chain
2817
7
The Dollar's Fall Collapses The American Empire, By Paul Craig Roberts
"When the dollar ceases to be the reserve currency, foreigners will cease to finance the U.S. trade and budget deficits, and the American Empire along with its wars will disappear overnight."
1050
10
Feds Pump $30 Billion Into University Research And Development
404
11
Letters To The Editor
"The window to improve our corporations here in the USA is closing this year."
395
11
Chinese Exports To The United States Along With Weak U.S. Dollar Put Canadian Manufacturing In Trough
546
12
 

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