September 27, 2011 Headlines: China and Rare Earths, German Debt Shrinks, The Fed on Inflation, and More
Bloomberg: China’s increasing demand for cars has shot up demand for rubber tires.
NYT: Is manufacturing turning around in Lexington, KY?
Bloomberg: Germany’s debt is shrinking, thanks to falling unemployment, increased tax receipts, and a manufacturing strategy.
NPR: The full story of how Germany set itself up to weather the recession.
WaPo: A letter to the editor on the importance of Buy America provisions in the American Jobs Act.
Bloomberg: The Fed is doubtful that inflation will lead to economic growth.
WSJ: Home sales continue to hit new lows.
Marginal Revolution: The costs of trade with China.
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