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December 16th, 2009

White House: 'Enormous challenges' persist for manufacturing

Abstract:
"With the right policies, America can build competitive, domestic industries that once again support a vibrant middle class in areas like biotechnology, clean energy, nanotechnology, aerospace, next-generation automobiles -- and, perhaps more importantly, future industries that we don't even know about today," said Jared Bernstein, Biden's top economic adviser and executive director of the White House Middle Class Task Force.

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