April 27, 2011 Headlines: The Fed's first Press Conference, Chinese Policies Hurt U.S. Jobs, and More
NYT: Today the Fed will hold its first ever press conference. Here’s a good question from the article: Why has Mr. Bernanke decided to accept widespread unemployment for years on end, even though he believes he has the power to reduce it?
MBT: What do people know about manufacturing? More than you’d think.
WSJ: India is preparing a plan to promote domestic “mega-steel” projects. Why doesn’t the U.S. Have a similar plan?
Reuters: Is China’s one-child policy destroying the tax base of an aging nation?
Reuters: Should old U.S. machinery go to Chinese companies?
FT: The Chrysler bailout worked. What can this tell us about the future of the auto industry?
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