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

Posted by LDonia on 09/04/2012

CNN.com: 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.

CNBC.com: 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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