April 11, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Update, Clothing Manufacturing Declines, and More
NYT: China’s trade surplus, a result of lower domestic demand, is putting the country in a bind.
The Atlantic: It’s not just low-end manual labor that China is taking on, it’s also high-end manufacturing.
EE: Coverage of riots in Chongqing.
TBP: An upcoming IMF report shows that the yuan might not be as undervalued as thought.
WSJ: The number of unemployed per job opening has been falling since 2009.
The Hill: February job openings were slightly up.
WSJ: Clothing manufacturing is one of the top declining industries.
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