November 19, 2012 Headlines: GM, Northeast Ohio, Yuan, and more...

Posted by LDonia on 11/19/2012

Manufacturing.net: GM celebrates 11 straight quarters of profitability, just two years after returning to stock market.

Crain's Cleveland Business: Manufacturers show renewed interest in Northeast Ohio.

Washington Post: While some of China's sectors recover, manufacturing still struggles.

New York Times: Simultaneous change of trade negotiators for both China and the U.S. means unpredictable outcomes.

Bloomberg: Optimism for U.S. avoidance of fiscal cliff pushes Yuan to upper limits.

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