April 9, 2012 Headlines: Industrial Policy, China Currency Update, Reactions to Jobs Numbers, and More

Posted by smorgante on 04/09/2012

Ezra Klein: Is the United States on path towards an industrial policy?

WSJ: Analysis of the March jobs numbers.

WSJ: Roundup of economists’ reactions to the jobs report.

The Atlantic: With “the end of retail,” many young workers find their job options limited. Manufacturing jobs could fix this.

WSJ: Inflation in China is trending upwards.

Michael Pettis: How China can rebalance their currency.

WSJ: How China aids and abets innovation.

TBP: Why 120,000 jobs created is bad news.

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