October 24, 2011 Headlines: U.S. in Decline, GDP Below Potential, China Subsidies, and More
The Hill: 69% of voters see the United States in decline.
ABC News: AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka and U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue were on This Week with Christiane Amanpour to talk jobs.
FOX Business: China’s manufacturing sector was up in October.
WSJ: Since the Chinese government isn’t cracking down, more lawsuits are coming for pirated software.
Yglesias: Is it wrong for China to subsidize solar panel production? Yes, it is.
WSJ: Economists are predicting small growth for 2011.
Reuters: What would happen if China crashed?
WSJ: Our current GDP is 6.7% below the potential.
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