August 30, 2011 Headlines: The Long Recession, Terrible GDP Growth, China's Central Bank, and More
WaPo: Is recession the new normal?
MFGCrunch: The recession won’t be going anywhere with 1.6% GDP.
NYT: Alan Kreuger, new head of the Council on Economic Advisors, has a vast knowledge of labor economics. Will he use that skill to put people back to work?
NYT: Another response to Sunday’s piece questioning the value of manufacturing jobs.
WaPo: Eugene Robinson: Time to be bold on jobs.
NYT: Since the Fed won’t act, is it up to China’s central bank to support global economic growth?
WSJ: Another take on the secretive actions of China’s central bank.
WaPo: China’s Air Force has two new demonstration teams, flying military aircraft made and developed in China.
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