Trade & Manufacturing Alert - November 2012


In This Issue:

- International Trade And U.S. Manufacturing Get Prime Time Exposure In Second And Third Presidential Debates

- Special Feature: Book Review - Producing Prosperity: Why America Needs a Manufacturing Renaissance

- President Obama Orders Chinese-Owned Corporation To Divest From Wind Farm In Oregon

- China Adopts New Measures to Promote Technological Renovation

- News Of Note

..Debate On Presidential Campaign Manufacturing Policies

..U.S. Signs Framework Agreement With Gulf Cooperation Council

..European Union And Canada Negotiate Comprehensive Trade Deal

..Preliminary AD/CVD Duties On Stainless Steel Sinks From China

..U.S. AD/CVD Case On Solar Products Goes To Final

..ISM Reports Manufacturing Still Flat

..Global Competitiveness Of The Domestic Olive Oil Industry Investigated

..U.S. Defeats China In WTO Appeal Of Electrical Steel Case Contacts

Excerpt from International Trade And U.S. Manufacturing Get Prime Time Exposure In Second And Third Presidential Debates:

In contrast to their first debate encounter, President Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney engaged on international trade issues extensively during the second and third presidential debates, which were held on October 12 and October 22, 2012, respectively. How to spark a rebirth of American manufacturing was also among the issues debated by the candidates.

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