June 19, 2012 Headlines: China's Entrepreneurs, Skilled Workers Suffer, G-20, and More
WSJ: The complications with starting a business in China.
NYT: Skilled workers continue to suffer the recession, accepting lower pay.
Politico: The House Intelligence Committee is investigating Chinese telecommunications companies.
Bloomberg: Japan is about to become the second-largest market for solar power.
AP: The G-20 summit in Mexico shows world leaders united behind job creation policies. Will any action come of it?
NYT: A Chinese spacecraft has docked with a small space station.
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