January 13, 2011 Headlines

Posted by jeckert on 01/13/2011

The U.S.-China trade deficit widens ahead of the Obama-Hu meetings next week.

Secretary Geithner lays out American expectations ahead of the visit. Coverage here, here, here and here.

A new Pew Center poll shows China as a growing economic threat to America.

A congressional oversight panel says the auto rescue plan put U.S. automakers on the “right path.”    One U.S. automaker that didn’t need rescued—Ford—is expected to give workers more than $5000 in profit-sharing checks.

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