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Infrastructure, Jobs, Economic Growth…. Where is the Leadership???

Reposted from the Dan DiMicco’s blog ******** Infrastructure, Jobs, Economic Growth…. Where is the Leadership??? Dan DiMicco | July 17, 2014 | dandimicco.com For the last 6 years we have been pointing out to EVERYONE in Washington the need for job creation. One of the “Right in your Face” solutions…

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US loses multi-billion dollar court cases against China and India

Reposted from RT.com ***** US loses multi-billion dollar court cases against China and India Reuters  |  July 15, 2014  |  RT.com The World Trade Organization agreed on Monday this week to side with claims against the United States made by both China and India concerning US-imposed tariffs on products exported…

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Trade Deficit Would Shrink with Stroke of a Pen

Reposted from savingusmanufacturing.com ***** Trade Deficit Would Shrink with Stroke of a Pen July 16, 2014 Since NAFTA went into effect in 1994, the U. S. has generated the highest trade deficit in the world and the largest in the world’s recorded history. If you add the annual trade deficit…

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AAM Statement: Commerce Department Decision on South Korean OCTG Dumping

Reposted from the blog of the Alliance for American Manufacaturing (AAM) ***** AAM Statement: Commerce Department Decision on South Korean OCTG Dumping July 11, 2014  |  Alliance for American Manufacturing The Department of Commerce announced today that it found significant dumping by South Korean companies in its final determination in…

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U.S. Department of Commerce decides nine countries are dumping ‘oil country tubular goods’

Reposted from Crain’s Cleveland Business ***** U.S. Department of Commerce decides nine countries are dumping ‘oil country tubular goods’ Rachel Abby McCafferty  |  July 14, 2014  |  Crains Cleveland Business The U.S. Department of Commerce has decided that South Korea and eight other countries are dumping products known as “oil…

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Enormous, Humongous May Trade Deficit Follows Continuing Pattern

Reposted from Campaign for America’s Future ***** Enormous, Humongous May Trade Deficit Follows Continuing Pattern Dave Johnson  |  July 11, 2014  |  Campaign for America’s future Our enormous, humongous, continuing trade deficit dropped a bit in May from the month before, after five months of increases, according to the Commerce Department. The…

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Jobs are staying vacant longer than ever

Reposted from The Washington Post ******** Jobs are staying vacant longer than ever Catherine Rampell | July 9, 2014 | Washington Post Last month I noted that the average duration of job vacancies was at a record high. Well, we just surpassed that record:   The average job opening went unfilled for 25.1 days…

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You have until July 21 to prevent deception in gov’t trade data

There’s still time to stop this terrible deception! Under a proposed federal rule, an iPhone made in China and sold to Europe could be falsely considered an American export! This dangerous rule would allow the federal government to magically shrink the trade deficit by claiming foreign manufacturing by foreign companies…

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Manufacturing Thrives in San Diego’s North County Region

Reposted from savingusmanufacturing.com ***** Manufacturing Thrives in San Diego’s North County Region July 8, 2014  |  savingusmanufacturing.com On the morning of July 1st, the San Diego North Economic Development Council (SDNEDC) hosted a North County Manufacturing Executive Roundtable at the City of Vista Civic Center. Over 100 professionals were welcomed by County…

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Astounding: U.S. Officials Negotiating to Speed China State Purchasing of U.S. Companies

China is aggressively challenging the U.S. militarily, economically, politically, financially, and in almost every aspect of geopolitical rivalry that matters.  Except Wall Street.  Wall Street gets what it wants.  A bilateral investment treaty is moving forward.  Another secret global governance treaty that the banksters are pushing regardless of harm to U.S….

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