October 23, 2012 Headlines: Presidential race, China, and more.
New York Times: Swing states treated to dueling ads on China, and manufacturing.
Washington Post: Presidential candidates use debate as opportunity to wax poetic on future of U.S./China trade.
WSJ: Candidates allow China to become scapegoat.
New Yorker: U.S. Presidential candidates tough talk on China not viewed as threatening by Chinese.
Washington Post: Cheap exports from China could be keeping American income inequality from increasing more rapidly.
NJ.com: New Jersey manufacturers entice Newark high schoolers.
Bloomberg: Chinese factories experience worst wholesale-cost deflation since 2009
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