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Why ‘Buy American’ Doesn’t Necessarily Mean ‘Made in USA’

One of the strange quirks in the U.S. government’s “Buy American” laws is that many items covered by the rules—from hand tools to trolley cars—wouldn’t necessarily be able to carry a “Made in USA” label if found on a store shelf.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/10/01/why-buy-american-doesnt-necessarily-mean-made-in-usa/?mod=WSJ_EC_RT_Blog

Seoul Tries to Lure China-Based Firms Back Home

People with umbrellas stand in the rain in front of the skyline of the Lujiazui Financial District in Pudong along the Huangpu River in Shanghai on August 14, 2014.
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Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/24/seoul-tries-to-lure-china-based-firms-back-home/?mod=WSJBlog

BCG Puts Pricetag on the Rise of the Robots

Spending on robots is exploding around the world and projected to hit $67 billion a year by 2025, with the fastest growing area for robots in the coming years will be “personal” uses.

Source: http://blogs.wsj.com/economics/2014/09/05/bcg-puts-pricetag-on-the-rise-of-the-robots/?mod=WSJBlog
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