December 12, 2012 Headlines: China's U.S. shopping spree, and more...
CNBC: Will 'Right-to-work' states attract more manufacturing?
NRDC: Whirpool a case study in using energy efficiency to create jobs.
Forbes: Low-wage manufacturing jobs are detrimental to individuals, and society, why not let them leave?
CNN: Chinese firms spent over $10 billion purchasing U.S. companies this year.
New York Times: Slowing global demand blamed for U.S. trade deficit increase.
Bloomberg: China will subsidize 100 solar projects.
WSJ: Data on China labor paints uncertain picture.
Washington Post: Report due soon on U.S. / E.U. trade deal.
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