May 21, 2012 Headlines: China Reacts to Tariffs, Reshoring Up, Job Gains, and More
The Hill: No surprise here. China feels that it’s unfair to impose tariffs on their illegal imports.
MR: Reshoring is up over the past two years.
TBP: Chinese commodity defaults are up.
Forbes: Financial instability in China could have ripple effects across the globe.
The Hill: Unemployment is down in 37 states, and 32 saw a net gain of jobs.
WSJ: Job gains are concentrated in swing states.
Reuters: Global steel output continues at a tepid pace.
CNET: Allegations of worker mistreatment haven’t put the damper on Foxconn’s plans to build a $210 million new factory.
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