June 25, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Update, Outsourcing, Jobless Claims Up, and More

Posted by smorgante on 06/25/2012

Bloomberg: An interest rate cut could be coming in China.

The Hill: Obama hits Romney for outsourcing.

WSJ: Jobless claims take a turn for the worse.

NYT: Australia is trying to become a hub for design manufacturing.

The Atlantic: How clothing manufacturing left the United States.

The Economist: Malinvestment and malconsumption in China.

AP: Nissan invests $800 million in a Chinese factory.

NYT: A big first for the Chinese space program: manual orbital docking.


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