Marketplace Morning Report for Thursday, October 18, 2012
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Within a year, Nissan hopes to replace the mechanical method of controlling steering with one that uses electronics. For months now, Spain has been bracing itself for a bailout. While the country waits, the government has already made many of the deep budget cuts that typically come with bailouts. Amazon hopes to get the Kindle into the hands of students to bite into Apple's iPad market share. Genetically modified crops are so pervasive that food companies that don't use GMO ingredients still have traces in their products.
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No more Newsweek on the newsstand. Is China is deliberately slowing its own economy. U.S. students are carrying record student loan debt, and the risks and promises of Nissan routing your cars steering wheel through its computer.
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Genetically modified crops are so pervasive that food companies that don't use GMO ingredients still have traces in their products.