May 14, 2012 Headlines: China Currency Manipulation, Aircraft Made in China, Unemployment Claims Down, and More
NYT: Aircraft makers are now expanding into China.
Reuters: Ford expands production in China.
WSJ: Economists still see the yuan as severely undervalued.
MSNBC: Mitt Romney says that we’re “on the verge of a manufacturing renaissance”.
WSJ: China’s investment in a military-industrial base is about to produce their first mass domestic-produced jet engine.
The Hill: Export-Import Bank legislation is on the Senate’s docket this week.
WSJ: Exports are up, which is a good sign for the economy as a whole.
The Atlantic: Singapore’s economic success comes from a strong manufacturing policy.
The Hill: Lawmakers have no comments on a Chinese bank taking over 13 banks in New York and California.
WSJ: Unemployment claims continue to fall.
NYT: Asian demand is driving the rise in business jet sales.
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