May 2, 2012 Headlines: Chen Guangcheng Leaves Embassy, China Trade Talks, Manufacturing Growth, and More
NYT: Chen Guangcheng, the blind Chinese dissident, has left the American embassy on his own terms, with assurances of his well-being from the Chinese government.
WaPo: Secretaries Clinton and Geithner are in China for high-level trade and security talks.
WSJ: An ad out from the Obama campaign tries to portray Romney as an exporter of jobs.
AP: Manufacturing growth is at the fastest rate in 10 months.
The Hill: Further coverage of the positive trends for manufacturing jobs.
AP: Meanwhile, Chinese manufacturing continues to show mixed signs.
TBP: To explain the mixed signals coming from China, one has to change their paradigms on how the Chinese economy works.
WSJ: Explaining the mixed signals between regional Feds and national surveys on manufacturing jobs.
Ezra Klein: The economy of 2001-2007 was not as rosy as people remember it.
The Hill: The US Chamber of Commerce supports Japan’s inclusion in an Asia-Pacific trade deal.
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