September 18, 2012 Headlines: U.S./China tensions mount, manufacturing activity slows, Romney gets fact-checked, and more...
Los Angeles Times: U.S./China tensions rise in response to dueling W.T.O. cases filed.
WSJ: Chinese machinery companies sell products on credit, gambling on whether or not customers will be able to pay.
Bloomberg: Manufacturing activity in NY slows, despite commercials aimed at attracting new businesses, may indicate trend.
Washington Post: Treasury yields pulled back in light of weak manufacturing reports.
Technology Review: Robots may mean lost jobs, but could make American companies more competitive.
Washington Post: Fact-checking Romney's China ad.
New York Times: China gets better at making cars by cutting corners.
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