September 20, 2011 Headlines: Manufacturing Cities Recover Quicker, Exports Up, and More
WaPo: Buffalo is recovering faster than Atlanta. Could it have anything to do with manufacturing? (Yes).
WSJ: Exports are up from West Coast ports.
Yglesias: Why do firms relocate to China? Could it have anything to do with China’s industrial policy?
AP: The Senate is taking up a worker aid bill that will clear the way to push through 3 new free trade agreements.
WSJ: With the global slowdown last month, there was less pressure on China to let the Yuan appreciate.
AP: The Board of Directors of GM met in China, looking for ways to increase cooperation with their Chinese counterparts.
WaPo: The global economy is facing a “dangerous new phase.”
NYT: Although people are installing more solar panels, factory production is down and capacity is idle.
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