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Week 45 in Manufacturing News

US manufacturing sector contracts for third straight month; Brexit uncertainty hits UK manufacturing sector; What a Dec 12 Election means for UK manufacturers; Europe: Facing Spillovers From Trade and Manufacturing.

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Week 44 in Manufacturing News

Federal Reserve Cuts Interest Rates for Third Time in 2019; Brexit’s Effect on the UK’s Manufacturing Sector; New method promises advances in 3D printing, manufacturing and biomedical applications.

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Week 43 in Manufacturing News

Positive signs from U.S. – Slowdown In U.S. Manufacturing Is Stabilizing; European project CORDIS; Microgravity and manufacturing – companies aiming to develop their products in low-Earth orbit.

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Week 42 in Manufacturing News

America’s factories are in trouble. The trade war is only part of the problem; Labour claims new tariff plan ‘risks destroying’ UK’s manufacturing sector; Netflix’s “American Factory” and the New Geography of Manufacturing.

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Week 41 in Manufacturing News

Lessons Learned from Applying AI; US manufacturing is in trouble. That could spread to the rest of the economy; UK economy to avoid Brexit recession despite shrinking in August – business live.

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Week 40 in Manufacturing News

Global manufacturing slowdown sends stock markets tumbling; U.S. manufacturing dives to 10-year low as trade tensions weigh and The UK industries likely to be hit hardest by Brexit.

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Week 39 in Manufacturing News

How 5G Will Revolutionize the Manufacturing Sector: The Main Applications; Are Microfactories the Next Big Thing for Manufacturing? US and Eurozone manufacturing.

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Week 38 in Manufacturing News

Annual Investments in Robots Rose to World Record $16.5 Billion; US manufacturing production rebounds strongly in August and article about No Deal Brexit and UK Manufacturing.

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Week 37 in Manufacturing News

MIT Professor Timothy Gutowski discusses the energy and material savings additive manufacturing provides. Global manufacturing is experiencing its sharpest and most geographically widespread downturn in at least six years.

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