May 24, 2012 Headlines: Growth Slows in China, Comeback in the Midwest, China Currency Update, and More
AP: China’s Ministry of Commerce has ruled that tariffs on their illegally subsidized goods are themselves illegal.
Reuters: World Bank economists see slowing growth in China.
NYT: Chinese manufacturing continued to slow.
WSJ: More analysis of the contraction of China’s manufacturing sector.
Bloomberg: China may turn to stimulus to help the manufacturing sector.
The Atlantic: Manufacturing in the Midwest is making a comeback.
The Iowa Republican: The factory President Obama visits today is in the process of sending 80 jobs to Mexico.
BBC: London wants to help the yuan become a global currency.
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