Stimulus, mid-terms and China
Jonny Dymond reports from Chicago in the US on the mid-term elections and what happened to the $800 billion stimulus money. Plus why China is getting a kicking in this campaign.
He hears from a real estate consultant who thinks the stimulus was a wasted opportunity and to a heavy equipment operative who as a result of the stimulus package got work.
And Professor Casey Mulligan, at the University of Chicago who doesn't buy into government intervention to stimulate the economy.
Plus Jonny asks Lapham-Hickey Steel president Bill Hickey whether he understands why there is so much anger about trade with China in the US.