BREINIGSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A panel searching for ways to advance manufacturing in Pennsylvania recommends tax cuts, public-private partnerships with schools and policies that recognize natural gas production as an opportunity for developing new markets.

Gov. Tom Corbett and members of his Cabinet unveiled the report from the Governor's Manufacturing Advisory Council at four news conferences Tuesday around the state. It was financed without taxpayer money by the Team Pennsylvania Foundation.

The 24-member panel of industry leaders urged companies to work with public schools to encourage students to pursue manufacturing careers and recommended a laundry list of tax cuts and credits that benefit manufacturers.

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