October 18, 2012 Headlines: Presidential election issues under a microscope, and more.
Washington Post: Editorial - Competitive China-bashing has become a campaign tradition.
New York Times: The truth about China's currency manipulation is nuanced.
NPR: Candidates' focus on return of manufacturing is pure nostalgia - the jobs won't return.
CNN Money: There are many reasons Apple will never manufacture its products in the U.S.
Washington Post: Candidates aim for rhetorical appeal, not complex realities, when discussing China.
Washington Post: Both candidates proved their ignorance on manufacturing, and China.
New York Times: The Chinese economy appears to have bottomed out.
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