February 27, 2012 Headlines: China's Coming Peril, Auto Rescue, and More
AP: World Bank economists say that China needs a new economic strategy for the 21st Century.
WSJ: More on China’s unsustainable path.
WSJ: The G-20 decides to give China a pass on her currency cheating.
TIME: China is not indestructible, and they are soon to face an economic crisis.
NJ: Manufacturing on the campaign trail doesn’t necessarily match the reality of what factory jobs need.
The Hill: American companies want to keep Japan out of a Pacific Rim trade pact.
WSJ: As the Michigan primary looms, President Obama reminds voters about the success of the Auto Rescue.
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