A Sunday hat tip to Tom White for providing this super selection of recent articles relevant to students preparing for the OCR F585 paper in June 2012

May Day marches: Activists protest against austerity - click here

Sir Mervyn King rejects criticism for crisis - click here

UK back in recession: Reaction

Bank of England’s Paul Tucker warns on inflation rate - click here

China growth to ‘hold up’ but inflation remains a risk - click here

China ran a massive trade deficit in February. What does it say about the economy?

US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has urged China to change its export-led growth policy and focus on increasing domestic consumption

Rare Earths - click here

Rare earths and climate change - click here

US, EU and Japan challenge China on rare earths at WTO - click here

US imposes 5% tariff on Chinese solar panel cells - click here

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