June 21, 2011 Headlines: China's Economic Slowdown, Voters and the Economy, Food Recalls, and More
Reuters: China’s banks are feeling the credit crunch, and their shares are falling.
NYT: Inflation, rising labor costs, and government debt threaten to put the brakes on China’s supercharged economy.
WSJ: China’s inflation is hurting American consumers, as prices rise.
Reuters: If it’s Obama vs. Romney, independent voters’ view of the economy could decide the race.
NYT: Government recalls of food from abroad are slow, and it proves near-impossible to ensure that the companies comply with regulations.
USAT: Former industrial powerhouse states are now second-tier, Texas, Virginia, and North Carolina are the big winners.
USAT: States are taking the lead in energy efficiency, even as Congress is deadlocked.
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