March 21, 2011 Headlines: Reshoring, China's Trade Deficit, Factories Opening in Japan, and More
FT: Business executives are taking a fresh look at “reshoring” work from Asia to North America.
The Week: It’s a good thing they are taking a look at reshoring, given all the outsourcing of the past decade.
WSJ: The Wall Street Journal editorial board sides with WTO bureaucrats and the Communist government of China over American businesses and workers.
WaPo: George Will looks at China’s growing Navy.
NWIT: China trade and energy policies are top concerns of the American steel industry.
NYT: Restless youth: will high unemployment among U.S. college graduates have repercussions for American politics?
WaPo: Could former Google CEO Eric Schmidt be the next Commerce Secretary?
WaPo: While in India, Sarah Palin talks tough on China.
NYT: China is disrupting Gmail.
CIO: China’s government has closed 130,000 internet cafes over a six year period to gain more control over online activities.
Reuters: China may report a trade deficit for March. Trend or fraudulent stats?
NYT: Some Japanese factories make plans to resume production soon.
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