March 14, 2011 Headlines: China's Manufacturing Edge, Yuan Update, and More
FT: China surpasses the United States as the world’s leading manufacturer as measured by output.
STL P-D: An excellent look at how trade laws ensure a level playing field for St. Louis-area workers and businesses.
Meanwhile, an appellate body at the World Trade Organization rules against (WSJ) the United States in a trade law case regarding China. The Steelworkers respond (PR-USA).
NYT: China’s Premier, Wen Jiabao, says the Yuan will not appreciate any faster.
Is there a “gradual revolution” in China? One professor thinks so. Evolving Excellence thinks potential turmoil in China will make it a riskier bet for outsourcing (EE).
WaPo: Steve Pearlstein busts some myths about globalization, including the chimeras that outsourcing creates jobs and industrial policy doesn’t work.
NYT: One impact of the horrendous tsunami and earthquake in Japan: its auto industry is temporarily shut down.
WSJ: What will the unemployment rate be on Election Day in 2012? One prediction is 7.7%, the highest since Jimmy Carter defeated Gerald Ford in 1976.
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