January 3, 2012 Headlines: Chinese Trade Complaints, Romney Celebrates Outsourcers, 2011 Review, and More
NYT: Factory jobs are coming back, but wages are still lower.
Bloomberg: Whirlpool has filed a dumping complaint against LG and Samsung.
NYT: American wind turbine manufacturers file a complaint against China’s steel subsidies.
WSJ: Could the recovery be sustaining itself?
TPM: As the Iowa campaign season ends tonight, Mitt Romney makes his final pitch to voters at a company that celebrates outsourcing.
TPM: Romney supporters don’t think his China rhetoric matches his policy plans.
The Big Picture: Analysis of the China-Japan currency pact.
WSJ: The top 5 economic charts of 2012.
WSJ: Review of 2011: The economy created jobs, but not nearly fast enough.
WSJ: 2012 will hopefully see an increase in job creation.
NPR: The United States still leads the world in R&D, but that position is being threatened.
WSJ: Economic trends to watch in 2012.
Yglesias: China is looking to take on the American entertainment industry.
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