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The FCC will draft rules for the auction that could pick winners and losers among wireless carriers.
Christian Science Monitor
A central problem for US manufacturers, Mr. Atkinson says, is that they are currently asked to pay higher tax rates than their overseas competitors.
Los Angeles Times
There's been a significant shift in top-level Chinese economic strategy away from attracting multinational foreign direct investment to unfairly supporting Chinese-owned companies.
The New York Times
“The Chinese have U.S. companies over a barrel because of the pressure for short-term earnings. They’ve got renminbi dancing in their eyes,” Mr. Atkinson said, referring to China’s currency.
E&E News
DOE's 2013 budget proposal was "a bit more on the pragmatic side" compared to previous requests.

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