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Views From Abroad: India, Israel, Latin America

by Newsteam Staff
Women pray during the Hindu festival of Karva Chauth inside a temple in Chandigarh, India November 2, 2012. (Ajay Verma/Courtesy Reuters) Women pray during the Hindu festival of Karva Chauth inside a temple in Chandigarh, India November 2, 2012. (Ajay Verma/Courtesy Reuters)

In the final Views post before Election Day, we head to India, where Rengaraj Viswanathan writes in the Merco Press that the U.S. election is no longer the “most watched show in the global theater,” and the transition of power in China is now watched with equal interest, both by Indians and citizens of other nations. Read more »

Economy Update: Romney Faces Offshoring Criticism

by Newsteam Staff
Employees make circuit boards at an electronic component factory in Hefei, China, May 2, 2012.  (Courtesy Reuters) Employees make circuit boards at an electronic component factory in Hefei, China, May 2, 2012. (Courtesy Reuters)

A new report on GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney’s corporate history has opened new a line of attack on his domestic job creation record (ABC) as he continues to face a tight race on the economy. Read more »