November 2, 2011 Headlines: GOP Manufacturing Roundtable, Fed Sees Slow Growth, Infrastructure, and More
DMR: GOP candidates participated in a roundtable to share their ideas on manufacturing jobs.
DMR: Ideas from the candidates who weren’t able to attend.
WSJ: The Fed is expecting slower growth in the coming months. Again.
Harold Meyerson: Innovation is good, but we need to make it here as well as think it up.
WSJ: As the European economy careens closer to the edge, odds of a Chinese bailout decrease.
NYT: Despite being the setting for a major Hollywood movie, Linyi, China is also the location of serious human rights abuses.
WSJ: More bad data on manufacturing, with slower growth in September.
WaPo: Comparing U.S. infrastructure to that of Europe.
WSJ: The U.K.’s Foreign Secretary takes on China’s human rights violations.
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