March 5, 2012 Headlines: Chevy Suspends Volt, China's Military Spending, Politics vs. Data, and More
AP: Chevy will suspend Volt production for 5 weeks, due to low demand.
WaPo: What’s behind the lackluster demand for the Cevy Volt?
Bloomberg: The Ohio primary breaks down clearly along income lines.
WSJ: China’s National People’s Congress has convened for its 2012 session.
NYT: China’s military spending jumps by 11%.
Trade Reform: China’s state ownership of industries continues to grow.
WSJ: Facing the threat of labor unrest, Chinese government leaders are attempting to placate their workers with vacations.
NPR: What will China be doing with their vast holdings of U.S. dollars?
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