March 8, 2012 Headlines: China's Cyber-Threats, Obama and Green Jobs, Eurozone Problems Continue, and More

Posted by smorgante on 03/08/2012

A new report calls attention to China’s growing cyber-warfare capabilities. Coverage from the Washington Post, The Hong Kong Sun-Daily, Bloomberg, PC World, and The Wall Street Journal.

NYT: President Obama toured a truck factory yesterday to push for green manufacturing jobs.

The Hill: Previewing tomorrow’s employment numbers, signs are pointing to a successful February.

WSJ: The effect of China’s currency cheating on her neighbors.

Bloomberrg: German factory orders are down, dragged by the slowing of the EuroZone.

Reuters: Updates from the National People’s Congress 2012: New detention powers.

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