May 23, 2011 Headlines: The Benefits of a Weak Dollar, a Chinese Port in Pakistan, and More.
NYT: What do people want? Progress on jobs and the economy.
Chicago Tribune: High gas prices hinder the unemployed from looking for work.
NYT: A former Obama economic adviser says a weak dollar can help the economy at this point. We agree.
NYT: Europe—except Germany—faces trade deficits with China.
WSJ: Manufacturing in China slowed to a ten-month low.
WSJ: VW opens a plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee with far lower wages than Japanese transplants or the Big Three.
WSJ: China will be operating a port in Pakistan.
WaPo: Need scientific research funding? Go to China.
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