From the fact sheet on President Obama's "blueprint to support American manufacturing jobs, discourage outsourcing, and encourage insourcing":
Targeting the domestic production incentive on manufacturers who create jobs here at home and doubling the deduction for advanced manufacturing (revenue neutral): In conjunction with the President’s broader commitment to corporate tax reform, the Administration is proposing measures to provide incentives for manufacturing in the United States. The Administration is proposing to reform the current deduction for domestic production by more narrowly focusing it on manufacturing activities—for example, it would no longer cover oil production. These savings would be invested in expanding the deduction for manufacturers and doubling for advanced manufacturing technologies from its current level of 9 percent to 18 percent.
Here's my question: Are these subsidies "specific to an enterprise or industry or group of enterprises or industries" under Article 2 of the SCM Agreement? Is "manufacturing" a narrow enough category? In the alternative, will the subsidies in practice go mainly to certain sectors?