June 17, 2011 Headlines: China Currency Vote Coming? Underwhelming Jobs Panel, and More
Reuters: Two House Democrats will try to force a vote on a bill to fix China’s currency manipulation.
Reuters: Since the Yuan was depegged a year ago, it’s gained 5.4% in one year.
FT: Around 17,000 Communist party cadres, police, judicial officers and state-owned enterprise executives fled the country between the mid-1990s and 2008.
BI: 9 Scary Facts About The Unemployment Crisis
WaPo: Tensions are clear between manufacturers and the President’s top aide.
WSJ: One word of the President’s Jobs Panel’s recommendations: Underwhelming.
USAT: The American solar industry has seen massive increases in output over the past year.
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