January 31, 2011 Headlines: China and Auto Parts, Victory at the WTO, Rust Belt and Manufacturing, and More
NYT: China’s unfair trade practices in the auto parts industry hurt American jobs.
WSJ: After fighting against the auto industry rescue in 2009, Mitt Romney faces a tough climb in the Michigan primary.
Roll Call: President Obama’s new manufacturing push has some fans among Democratic Senators in the Rust Belt.
The Hill: A victory for the U.S. at the WTO.
WSJ: If consumer confidence lags, savings go up and spending goes down.
Krugman: Charts showing the extent of the Eurozone crisis.
NPR: Should the U.S. take a harder stance on China’s currency? (Yes.)
Bloomberg: The Yuan is about to have its worst month in 18 years.
WSJ: Manufactruing in the Dallas area expanded according to the Fed.
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