by Alan Tonelson, Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Does China's claim that its export figures have been artificially inflated mean that trade pressures on America will ease? Not according to the U.S. government's data.
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Up to the Minute Commentary:
Obama's Manufacturing Data Shutdown
Recent Presidential decisions have made reliable information about American manufacturing's health harder to find, and dubious claims about its renaissance even easier to make.
Stagnation, not Renaissance, Mode for Domestic Manufacturing
The Federal Reserve's latest industrial production figures deliver yet another sobering message to President Obama and other manufacturing cheerleaders about the sector's supposed rebirth.