March 29, 2013 Headlines: Yuan up, L'Oreal plant closes down, Japan anticipates rebound, and more...
Bloomberg: China's Yuan rises to 19-year high.
CNN Money: U.S. Chamber of Commerce study shows 25% of U.S. firms in China have experienced data theft.
Newark Star Ledger: L'Oreal closes 40-year-old plant in Clark, NJ, after moving its operations to Mexico.
Bloomberg: Japan anticipates manufacturing rebound following monetary stimulus.
Washington Post: Sprint won't integrate technology from Huawei after merging with Softbank.
New York Times: Revised estimate shows U.S. G.D.P grew at a rate of .4% in final quarter of 2012.
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