June 18, 2012 Headlines: Victory at the WTO, China Soft Power, Output Slows, and More

Posted by smorgante on 06/18/2012

The Hill: Victory for the US at the WTO.

NYT: Reactions to new developments in the Eurozone crisis.

 EE: The CEO of Starbucks makes the case for manufacturing jobs.

The Atlantic: China’s soft power expansion hits a few stones in the road.

WSJ: Manufacturing output continued to slow in May.


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