December 23, 2010 Headlines

Posted by jeckert on 12/23/2010

In 2009, the U.S. had the sharpest increase in manufacturing productivity globally. 

The President preps for a visit from Chinese Premier Hu Jintao in the new year.

Sen. Sherrod Brown speaks out on illegal Chinese clean energy subsidies. 

Plus, more on the Obama administration's WTO case against China.

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