April 20, 2012 Headlines: Romney and Jobs, Recovery Weakens, Car Market in China, and More
WSJ: Mitt Romney visited an empty factory to claim that Obama’s jobs policies aren’t working.
WaPo: Unfortunately, that factory closed during the administration of President Bush in 2008.
AP: The Hong Kong stock market reacts to China’s new currency rules.
The Hill: Jobless claims are growing, as signs grow that the recovery could lose momentum.
NYT: Fears of a faltering recovery rise.
WSJ: The Philly Fed sees weaker manufacturing numbers.
AP: Luxury car maker Infiniti will be building cars in China.
Reuters: Electric cars see a growing market in rural China.
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