May 23, 2012 Headlines: Obama and Green Jobs, China Currency Update, Ford Debt Rating Increased, and More
AP: President Obama heads to Iowa on Thursday to push green manufacturing.
WSJ: The Fed won’t rule out more quantitative easing.
CAF: AAM and a variety of other manufacturing groups have sent a letter to the President asking him to address China’s currency manipulation.
Bloomberg: Ford’s debt rating was increased from “junk” to “investment”.
WSJ: The appeal of China’s state-owned companies is falling.
USAT: American automakers are pushed to capacity.
WSJ: Want a job as a internet censor for China’s communist regime? Now’s your chance to apply.
The Atlantic: Do we know what we don’t know about China?
NYT: Chinese cars are now made in Bulgaria.
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