July 26, 2011 Headlines: GE's Offshoring, Blackberry's Layoffs, Steelworkers Fight Back, and More
BI: General Electric moves its HQ of X-Ray division to China, claims it won’t cost US jobs. (And pigs will fly.)
WaPo: Americans unhappy with Obama and Republicans on jobs, economy.
NYT: It’s hard for the unemployed to find jobs if one of the disqualifiers is being unemployed. A possible solution.
USAT: More tech layoffs: Blackberry fires 2000 workers.
Phnom Pen Post: Workers fainting in masses in a Puma factory in Cambodia.
NYT: Manufactured exports are gaining steam in India.
NYT: Sec. of State Hillary Clinton says Asian nations should play by fair trade rules, but fails to mention exchange rate manipulation.
Fast Company: Stunning look at how China is pulling ahead in clean energy manufacturing.
RenewablesBiz: But, the Steelworkers lead the charge against China’s unfair trade practices on renewables.
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