By Ros Krasny CHICAGO, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Stronger world growth would help the United States stem persistent factory job losses, a U.S. trade official said on Tuesday. "Most of the solution is stronger growth abroad, and absent that growth, we'll have problems," said Grant Aldonas, U.S. Commerce Department under secretary for international trade. "The United States has done well on fiscal and monetary stimulus, but we have not seen the same in Europe or Japan," Aldonas said. "The ...
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