June 11, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Update, Economics and the Election, Trade Deficit, and More
NYT: China boosts exports to offset a domestic slump.
The Atlantic: China in 2012 resembles the United States of 2006.
The Atlantic: Why China in 2012 does not resemble the United States of 2006.
WSJ: An interview with James Fallows, author of a new book on China.
The Hill: IMF is softening its stance on China’s currency cheating.
Bloomberg: The recent rate cut in China is a sign of things to come.
WSJ: What’s going on with China’s banks?
AP: The economy still has a command over the fall election.
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