April 24, 2012 Headlines: China's Credit Crunch, Auto Parts Exports, American Innovation, and More
NYT: A credit crunch in China is hurting the capital available for banks.
TBP: The Eurozone crisis continues and there’s no end in sight.
NYT: American auto part companies have doubled their exports to Russia in the past year.
NPR: There’s 12 million innovators in the Untied States. Are we doing enough to encourage them?
NYT: More on the expanding trade ties between Germany and China.
AP: Despite heavy government help, China is unable to find a viable market for an electric car.
Bonddad: Charts showing the Chinese and EU slowdowns.
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