May 24, 2011 Headlines: Chinese Steel, Tire Tariffs, and More.
Politico: China is a big issue in Republican presidential politics. Speaking of which, Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), a China critic, considers jumping into the race.
WSJ: No one knows exactly how much steel China produces, but it is a lot. (And as we know, it is heavily subsidized.)
WaPo: How foreign manufacturers are skirting anti-dumping duties on wooden furniture.
Reuters: China appeals a WTO ruling that upholds US tariffs on Chinese tires.
FT: Are we in for another tech bubble?
WSJ: A blast at a Foxconn factory in China has killed three and is disrupting Apple and HP supply chains.
Politico: How is that AFL-CIO/Chamber alliance for more infrastructure investment working out?
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