November 5, 2012 Headlines: a century-old factory closes its doors, the Yuan drops, and more.
Washington Post: 112 year old PA-based garment manufacturer closing its doors.
New York Times: Lack of presidential authority to declare China a currency manipulator gives Romney an 'out'.
CNBC: It's not just American politics that will dictate the future of U.S./China relations.
New York Times Magazine: Exploring the remains of the manufacturing corridor between NY and D.C.
New York Times Magazine: Author of story above discusses "suprising truth" about manufacturing.
Bloomberg: Yuan continues falling.
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