September 26, 2011 Headlines: High Unemployment to Linger, China's Savings Rise, Falling Currency Prices, and More
NYT: The weak housing market is forcing cutbacks at a window factory, but no layoffs.
Bloomberg: Making it in America: The Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
WaPo: The American Jobs Act may help, but high unemployment will linger for at least three years.
WSJ: China’s leading economic publication wants Chinese economists to increase foreign investment.
NYT: The truth of the Solyndra “scandal”: falling solar panel prices hurt the company, not corruption.
WSJ: Meanwhile, China has been engaging in corporate espionage to steal superconductor plans.
WSJ: As China’s economy has risen, Chinese people are saving more money than ever before.
The Economist: Looks like China’s so afraid of voting, they shut down their own American Idol-type show.
WSJ: As governments work to fight inflation, they are stymied by falling currency values.
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