April 30, 2012 Headlines: Chinese Dissident Seeks Asylum, Reaction to GDP Numbers, and More
NYT: Blind dissident Chen Guangchen has escaped House Arrest, and is reported to be hiding in the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
NYT: GOP candidate Mitt Romney calls for the Obama administration to grant him asylum.
WSJ: Economists react to the new GDP numbers.
Bloomberg: A hard landing for the Chinese economy is making investors skittish.
The Hill: Representatives call for the administration to press China on economic reforms.
WSJ: A worrisome sign: jobless claims are trending upwards.
Krugman: Four charts to show the state of the economy and the causes of federal deficits.
AP: China Eastern Airlines is swapping their European Airbus A-340s for American-made Boeing 777s.
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