November 9, 2012 Headlines: Ford adds jobs, Yuan ends rally, and more.
Bloomberg: Ford added 5,200 jobs in the U.S. in 2012; will add another 1,200 in Michigan next year.
New York Times: Sears shift from American-made tool to Chinese-made knock-off results in job loss and potential patent battle.
USA Today: Next week business leaders will present 200 wish-list items, intended to improve the business environment, to politicians.
NBC News Rock Center: Manufacturing in the U.S. is thriving, despite some setbacks.
Reuters: By end of 2012, U.S. officials expected to engage in talks with China to gain access to audit documents of Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges.
Bloomberg: China's Yuan ends 13 week rally.
Los Angeles Times: China's economy remains sluggish, but shows signs of improvement.
Asia Times: President Obama's dealing with China in second term, may not be the same as in the first.
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