August 3, 2011 Headlines: Recession Coming? China's Cyber-Spying, Weaker Dollar, and More
Bloomberg: A plunge in container ships indicates a likely US slowdown.
TAP: Kuttner: back to the economy.
DB: Lawrence: Congress can redeem itself with a jobs agenda.
Forbes: At least one politician gets it: former Indiana House Speaker John Gregg, running for governor, wants to rebuild Indiana’s manufacturing base.
Curious Capitalist: A weaker dollar is certainly not bad for exports.
CNBC: 10 Chinese fakes.
WSJ: Brazil adopts policies to favor its domestic manufacturers. (When will we follow suit?)
WSJ: Auto sales were pretty flat last month.
WSJ: China may tighten rare-earth mineral quotas.
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