December 6, 2011 Headlines: China's Pollution, Shoes from Wisconsin, Euro Crisis Spreads, and More
AP: The Allen Edmonds Shoe Corp. will be selling in China, while continuing to make all their shoes in Wisconsin.
NYT: China is fighting for first place in the tech world.
The Hill: Seasonal employment is looking to be the best in three years.
WSJ: China’s “fog” lies are being called out as smog by microbloggers.
NPR: A two-part article on the origins of the Euro crisis.
AP: The fallout from Europe is adding strains to Chinese banks.
WSJ: November’s growth in the service sector fell .9%, barely at the level of expansion.
Naked Capitalism: The end of the global business cycle?
WSJ: The bursting of the Chinese real estate bubble has created several ghost towns in the Gobi Desert.
NYT: According to China’s largest television network, journalists should be government mouthpieces, not independent investigators.
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