September 4, 2012 Headlines: Women in manufacturing, troubles with China

Posted by LDonia on 09/04/2012 Women make an impact in manufacturing sector.

Bloomberg: American manufacturing likely stagnated last month.

Washington Post: Samsung plans to review labor practices and conditions at all of its suppliers in China.

Reuters: History suggests China's economy could rebound, as it did under similar circumstances in 2009. Financial analysts worry that China is focusing too much on political leadership change, and not enough on its economy.

New York Times: European Union Trade Commissioner has been fighting long and hard for 'level playing field' with China.

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