January 9, 2011 Headlines: GM Expands in China, Jobs Numbers Analysis, Legacy of Wukan, and More
Bloomberg: US Carmakers gained shares in China, led by GM.
WSJ: What was Mitt Romney’s legacy at Bain?
NYT: Op-ed on job opportunities in China.
WSJ: There is strength in the jobs numbers, but we need to sustain this level of growth.
WSJ: Analysis of the 2011 jobs numbers.
WaPo: Best job growth industries in 2011.
WSJ: Wukan and the rule of law in China.
NPR: Yes, we can celebrate the new jobs numbers. But cautiously.
Krugman: It’s sad that these job numbers are worth celebrating.
WSJ: The unemployment rate drop is for real.
The Atlantic: What the recession gave us.
WSJ: Economists react to the December jobs report.
Mandel: Insourcing as a source of job growth.
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