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- Mexico Surpassing Japan as No. 2 Auto Exporter to U.S. (Brendan Case, Bloomberg) Next year (2015) Mexico is expected to export 1.9 million autos to the U.S. and surpass the current number 1, Canada.
- Half of Today’s 27-Year-Olds Are More Than $10,000 in Debt (Daniel Luzer, Washington Monthly) About 80% of today’s 27-year old Americans have some debt and 55% have more than $10,000. And in 2011 a 27-year old was more likely to earn less than $15,000 a year than to earn over $40,000.
- NSA leaders split on giving amnesty to Snowden (CBS Evening News) Hat tip to Roger Erickson. See GEI News report containing a Snowden interview (in English) on German TV last week.
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