March 6, 2012 Headlines: Blue Collar Voters, Gillibrand Takes on China, Economic Optimism Up, and More

Posted by smorgante on 03/06/2012

NYT: Down to the wire on Super Tuesday, Santorum and Romney court the blue-collar vote.

WSJ: The G-8 will be meeting at Camp David in May.

BN: Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand takes on China at a factory in Buffalo.

AP: Optimism about the economy continues to grow.

WSJ: China’s new economic plans are causing trouble.

The Hill: Transportation bill to be restarted.

NYT: Signs of an economic slowdown can be found all across China.

WSJ: An in-depth look at China’s strategy on mining and rare-earth metals.

The Atlantic: How many jobs does Apple create?

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