June 13, 2012 Headlines: Creating Jobs in CA, Eurozone and China Currency, and More
WSJ: Economic openness doesn’t lead to political openness.
Bloomberg: How to save the Eurozone through separation. Pay attention to the parallels to China’s currency manipulation.
Reuters: Another side to Romney’s stance on China.
AP: China may edge out the American economy, but people aren’t too happy about Beijing’s rise.
WSJ: Why did China cut interest rates?
AP: Book printing is creating 81 jobs in Virginia.
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