June 7, 2011 Headlines: China Ends Some Subsidies, Obama's Economic Grades, Ford Sales Rise, and More
China says it will end subsidies that harm American clean energy exports (USAT). Reuters calls it a victory for the Steelworkers, who brought the case forward (Reuters).
President Obama receives dismal marks for his handling of the economy (WaPo). Bill Schneider wonders if Obama will understand the economic mistakes made by one-term President George H.W. Bush (Politico).
WSJ: Ford sees smaller car sales rising.
Guardian: The decline and fall of the American empire (one built on finance, not manufacturing).
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