April 11, 2011 Headlines: China Currency and Human Rights, G-20 Preview, and More
China chides the U.S. for judging it on human rights (Reuters). But, apparently you still can’t pray outside in China (NYT).
China “manufacturers” a trade deficit on the eve of scrutiny by the Treasury, G-20 and IMF (Bloomberg). Economists react (WSJ).
George Soros worries about inflation and the undervalued Yuan (Bloomberg). Bob Davis looks at other problems with the Chinese economy (WSJ).
The Record: Canadian hockey stick manufacturing jobs get shipped to China.
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