December 13, 2011 Headlines: Detroit Sees Growth, President's Manufacturing Initiative, China's Slowing Economy, and More
Detroit Free Press: The Big Three all saw a gain in market share in 2011.
The Hill: President Obama has named two people to head up an initiative to rebuild the manufacturing sector. Hopefully this is more than just window dressing.
WaPo: China’s economy could face a hard landing.
Matt Yglesias: Manufacturing jobs vs. food prep. See if you can spot the errors.
WSJ: Despite widespread international outrage, the Chinese government is still not cracking down on software piracy.
The Hill: The U.S. Trade Representative is reopening the case into the E.U.’s illegal subsidies of Airbus.
Paul Krugman: The dollar and inflation.
WSJ: CFOs see slow growth in 2012.
The Guardian: A Chinese protester dies of a “heart attack” in police custody, and his family isn’t buying the story.
AP: Chinese military influence is expanding in the Indian Ocean.
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