April 13, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Update, Eurozone Crisis, Detroit's Success, and More
WSJ: A paradigm shift in thought when it comes to China’s currency cheating.
AP: China’s economy continues to fall.
NYT: Signs of growth can be found in China’s economic data.
WSJ: Breaking down China’s first quarter.
Slate: Matt Yglesias continues his war on manufacturing jobs.
WSJ: Troubling signs in U.S. trade data.
AP: Detroit is bouncing back, and it wouldn’t be possible without the auto rescue.
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