November 16, 2010 Headlines

Posted by jeckert on 11/16/2010

National Economic Council Director Larry Summers says China will be the biggest economic challenge for America.  He adds that corporations should think more about their roles as citizens of a country, and not as an elite set of global actors.

Dean Baker argues that the Asian financial crisis of the late 90’s also contributed to the enormous trade imbalances that we are seeing today. 

A terrific look at the impact that China’s policy of restricting rare earth minerals is having on American jobs. 

States that reject federal high speed rail financing—like Wisconsin and Ohio—will likely lose job opportunities as well. 

The Wall Street Journal looks at the global backlash against China’s state-led capitalism

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