October 25, 2011 Headlines: China's Infrastructure, SuperCommittee Analysis, Obama on Jobs, and More
Forbes: Does China have the potential to lead a shared value economy?
WSJ: Chinese censorship now extends to prime-time TV.
NYT: A photo essay of China’s energy industry. How many jobs do these pictures represent? When was the last time we had projects like that in this country?
WSJ: Obama rolls out a new slogan for Jobs: We Can’t Wait. Will it be followed by action?
WaPo: The SuperCommittee is fast approaching its deadline. What happens if it can’t reach an agreement?
WSJ: European manufacturing is slowing down in response to the crisis in the EuroZone.
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