March 7, 2011 Headlines: Wages Remain Low, China Roundup, Auto Exports, and More
WSJ: In the aftermath of the recession, productivity is way up, but workers’ wages are lagging.
NYT: Paul Krugman reminds us that outsourcing puts white collar jobs in jeopardy: a degree doesn’t guarantee work.
China roundup: the Washington Post editorializes against (WaPo) the Chinese crackdown, Western journalists face harassment (NYT) in China, Wen stresses stability (WSJ), says inflation must be reigned in (Reuters); a native Chinese supercomputer may be the world’s most efficient (PopSci); Boeing and Airbus…look out for Chinese competition (WSJ).
FT: A look at the next generation of Chinese leaders.
WSJ: Asian nations brace for Chinese military provocations and territorial disputes.
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