December 21, 2011 Headlines: Wukan Protest Update, China and the New North Korea, Payroll Tax Fight, and More
NYT: Protesters in Wukan win a major meeting with Communist Party officials.
WSJ: Hackers from China are now targeting the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
NYT: China is moving swiftly to ensure an orderly transition in North Korea. And expand her own influence as well.
WSJ: State tax revenues slowed in 2011.
The Hill: The House defeated an extension of the payroll tax cut.
Ezra Klein: In-depth analysis of the fight over the payroll tax cut.
WaPo: Clean energy and transit tax credits are also on the chopping block, alongside the payroll tax cut.
AP: China criticizes actor Christian Bale for trying to visit blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng.
WSJ: Honda is looking to move factories from Japan to North America over the next two years.
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