June 5, 2012 Headlines: China's Pollution, Factory Orders Fall, Auto Sales Up, and More
NYT: Chinese officials would like the United States to stop recording how polluted their air is.
WSJ: Factory orders continue to fall.
Forbes: Chinese banks need to quickly change the industry’s business model.
CE: Will jobs be reshored?
NYT: The EuroZone crisis is hurting sales for American companies.
The Atlantic: We need to be spending more on infrastructure.
NPR: Eleven words you can’t search for in China.
WSJ: The Chicago Fed sees auto sales as a bright spot in the economy.
NYT: Russian president Putin is in China for a regional summit.
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