March 20, 2012 Headlines: Manufacturing Jobs Worse Than Expected, Chinese Raise Fuel Prices, Illinois Primary, and More
WaPo: A new report says that manufacturing jobs are much worse off than the data would suggest.
WaPo: Comparing productivity and employment in manufacturing.
WSJ: Chinese officials raised domestic fuel prices to keep up with global prices.
Bloomberg: Stocks and commodities dropped in response to the news.
WSJ: Experts are divided on what the future holds for China.
AP: GOP voters in Illinois head to the polls today, and manufacturing voters are up for grabs.
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