March 29, 2012 Headlines: U.S. More Competitive with China, Chinese Costs Rise, Brooklyn's New Industries, and More
Reuters: Treasury Secretary Geithner says that the United States is becoming more competitive with China.
NYT: The results of Austerity: Great Britain’s economy shrank in Q4 of 2011.
AP: Joe Biden rips Romney’s manufacturing policies in Iowa.
WSJ: The CEO of Samsonite talks about rising production costs in China.
NYT: Nokia is introducing their new smartphone in China.
WSJ: JP Morgan analysts see a permanent recovery.
NYT: Food start-ups are reviving Brooklyn’s old industrial base.
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