May 17, 2011 Headlines: Washington and the Economy, IP Theft in China, and More
NYT: Hello Washington, it’s me, the economy. Are you listening?
Forbes: Could China top the US as the world’s largest economy by 2020?
Microsoft complains about IP theft in China (WSJ). European firms are complaining about China, as well (Irish Times).
FT: Rare earth mineral prices are soaring thanks to China’s unfair practices.
Bloomberg: Analysts see China growing at a faster rate than India over the next five years.
BNet: Why some companies are leaving China.
NYT: The Obama Administration is reducing some regulations on manufacturers.
WaPo: Another take on the Obama regulatory agenda and a competing House Republican jobs plan.
NYT: A recap of the Steel Caucus meeting in DC.
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