October 20, 2011 Headlines: Solar Companies File Trade Charges, Pay Stays Low, Chinese Censorship, and More
The Hill: The Obama administration is under pressure to stand up to Chinese cheating.
Bloomberg: Jobless claims are down.
Yglesias: Does Mitt Romney want China to be the new world leader?
Bloomberg: The Fed sees expanding economic activity, but companies still doubt.
Ezra Klein: What should Congress do to fix the economy? Can they do anything?
WSJ: Pay continues to lag behind inflation.
The Hill: The U.S. wants to know why China is blocking the websites of American businesses.
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