March 30, 2011 Headlines: Obama's Energy Policy, Intel in AZ, Auto Production Down, and More
Reuters: A Chinese economist blasts the role of the dollar.
WSJ: President Obama will outline an energy policy today.
WSJ: Are rising wages in China hampering its exports? The evidence says no, at least so far.
USAT: A look inside Intel’s new facility in Arizona.
A Chinese-born Australian writer has gone missing in China.
Reuters: The crisis in Japan has rippled throughout global auto production, which is down by 13 percent because of parts shortages.
Chinese investment in R&D will make it a scientific superpower, a British report suggests.
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