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North America Update: global headines

Below are the latest headlines from around the world featuring articles on North America.


What America's Manufacturing Sector and Labor Policies Can Learn From Germany
Source: Huffington Post

Detroit automakers say 'no' to Japan joining trade talks
Source: Reuters

Automakers oppose bill to allow for faster generic auto parts
Source: Detroit News

2011 U.S. Machine Tool Orders Hit $5.5 Billion
Source: American Machinist

What Patent-Law Reform Means for U.S. Manufacturers
Source: IndustryWeek

Industrial Space Still in Demand for 2012
Source: MH&L

In Defense of Responsible Offshoring and Outsourcing
Source: Harvard Business Review

Judge: Gov't Can Require Union Posters At Work
Source: Manufacturing.net


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