November 28, 2011 Headlines: China Currency Changes, When Jobs Leave, The Economy and 2012, and More
National Journal: Three decades of flawed economic thinking drove away manufacturing jobs and produced a wasteland of long-term unemployed Americans.
NYT: China is opening an investigation into American subsidies of solar products.
WSJ: How important is the economy to the 2012 elections?
The Hill: Will unemployment insurance be extended?
WSJ: A new car company has launched in China: Qoros.
AP: China wants to invest in our infrastructure, but we don’t seem to want to.
WSJ: Potential changes coming to China’s monetary policy.
NYT: A Chinese-born American engineer finds himself detained in China.
WaPo: Analysis of some tax reform ideas, including changes to the tax rate on manufacturers.
WaPo: As the global economy continues to sputter along, labor unrest is rising in China.
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