November 9, 2010 Headlines
Tilting at windmills. Wind manufacturing jobs are shrinking. What can we do to boost the outlook?
China and Germany continue to badmouth American monetary policy in the run-up to the G20 meetings in South Korea.
Russia adds its dissent, as well.
All of this leads ManufactureThis to believe that we must finally be doing something right.
Gideon Rachman previews the various global economic disputes likely to surface in Seoul.
Speaking of Seoul, Howard Schneider looks at the Obama Administration's rationale for a free trade agreement with Korea. We're not convinced.
Former President Bush defends his decision to rescue GM and Chrysler.
GE's Jeff Immelt criticizes Chinese policies, then he announces $2 billion worth of investments in China.
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