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U.S. manufacturing jobs begin their journey back from China
In a down economy, serendipitous events can sometimes turn the tide and provide the necessary spark that could get things moving again. For this U.S., the discovery of vast reserves of natural gas may be one such occurrence that could have far-reaching effects on the nation's manufacturing industry.
According to the International Business Times, new technologies like horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have led to extremely cheap production of natural gas, leading some of the world's largest chemical companies to bring their operations back to the U.S. from countries around the world as they look to take advantage of the inexpensive source of energy.
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