June 12, 2012 Headlines: Starting Businesses in China, Starbucks Makes It in Ohio, and More
Bloomberg: It’s not as easy to make it in China as an entrepreneur.
NYT: Starbucks is making their new mugs in Ohio, not China.
AP: Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei claims that Chinese leadership uses stability to protect their illicit gains.
The Atlantic: China’s rise and attendant conflicts.
Krugman: Financial repression is only one part of China’s currency cheating.
NYT: Apple expands both production and sales in China.
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