by Alan Tonelson, Thursday, December 05, 2013
Once again, government statisticians have reminded Americans that U.S. trade policy has been a growth killer, not a growth engine. How can Congress even think about granting President Obama's request to serve up more of the same?
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Up to the Minute Commentary:
Its Jobs Gains Quicken but Manufacturing Employment Remains a Recovery Laggard
American industry's jobs recovery continues but overall remains disappointing. And the nondurable goods sector is still stuck in an outright jobs recession.
October Trade Gains Masks Record 2013 Manufacturing & High Tech Deficits
Down went the overall U.S. trade deficit in October, but the shortfalls surged in the economy's leaders in productivity, innovation, and high wage job creation.