November 17, 2010 Headlines
Here’s a shock: a Chinese trade association opposes the Administration’s investigation into unfair trade practices in China’s clean energy manufacturing sector.
Breathtaking analysis from the New York Times: changing China’s currencies would help some businesses (that make things in America) and hurt others (that import things from China).
Helene Cooper becomes the 100th reporter to write an entirely pedestrian analysis of Obama, trade policy, and Democratic constituencies.
Megan McArdle discovers that the Chinese are unreasonable when it comes to U.S. economic policy.
We can reduce the deficit by boosting economic growth.
The General Motors IPO looks to be a good one for GM and for taxpayers.
Could Roger Altman be the next NEC director? (He was a leading cheerleader for free trade in the Clinton Administration.)
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