September 28, 2011 Headlines: White House vs. Congress on China Currency, Creating Jobs Here, and More
Politico: The White House doesn’t want Congress pushing ahead on currency reform.
Bloomberg: Economists agree that the American Jobs Act could help to stave off a recession.
WSJ: China’s government is talking about transparency, but what will their actions be?
Cleveland Fed: More analysis on the jobless recovery.
WSJ: The importance of innovation: The world’s fastest elevator will be installed in China but Made In Japan.
Yglesias: The full costs of the U.S.-China trade relationship.
WSJ: Hopeful signs in the housing market?
WSJ: And consumers remain depressed.
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