December 5, 2011 Headlines: China and the Euro, Manufacturing Job Skills, Low Demand, and More
NYT: China is reluctant to bail out the Euro.
CPD: Manufacturing can only be strong with a skilled, well-trained workforce.
WaPo: Low demand is what’s keeping the jobs numbers down, not taxes or regulations.
Bloomberg: As demand picks up for cars, automakers are set for their best performance in three years.
USAT: The Chevy Volt beat the Nissan Leaf in November sales.
The Hill: Does the recent economic news herald a turning point for Obama?
WSJ: more on the potential upside for Obama in the new jobs numbers.
NYT: China is cracking down on free and fair elections for local offices.
The Hill: Congressmen and Senators want to see an investigation into China’s unfair trade practices.
WSJ: Roundtable discussion of the November jobs report.
WSJ: How many jobs were really created in November?
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