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Songhua River blues

Today the head of China's environmental protection administration resigned, three weeks after a chemical plant explosion in that country sent toxic benzene into the Songhua River. Beijing Bureau Chief Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Health
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China's environmental chief resigns

Today the head of China's environmental protection administration resigned, three weeks after a chemical plant explosion in that country sent toxic benzene into the Songhua River. Beijing Bureau Chief Jocelyn Ford reports.
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Nasdaq in China

The race is on for stock markets eager to attract listings from China's fast emerging private companies. Nasdaq CEO Robert Greifeld gave a speech at a Chinese university known for its entrepreneurial graduates. Jocelyn Ford has more.
Posted In: Wall Street
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Bush in Mongolia

President Bush visited Mongolia yesterday. He thanked leaders for their support of the Iraq war, and urged them to continue democratic reforms. As Jocelyn Ford reports, Mongolia could use a little pep talk about now.
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Bush visits Mongolia

George Bush just became the first US president to visit Mongolia. Beijing Bureau Chief Jocelyn Ford explains why Mongolia is nervous about China, and what message Bush's visit might be sending.
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What ever happened to not insulting your host?

The president, who lands in China tomorrow, criticized the Chinese government in a speech on Wednesday. Kai Ryssdal asked Beijing bureau chief Jocelyn Ford about the speech... and the Chinese response to it.
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Bush in China - but wait, there's more!

President Bush arrives in Beijing tomorrow for a visit with China's leaders. Jocelyn Ford looks at what China wants out of Bush economically.
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Easing up on China's currency

Why is Washington easing up on its longstanding demand that China revalue its currency? Jocelyn Ford reports.
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North Korea opens up?

Will North Korea open its markets and risk losing the iron grip it has on its society? Jocelyn Ford reports from Beijing.
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Fewer Chinese textile imports? Maybe.

Today Washington and Beijing announced a new agreement involving quotas for Chinese textile imports... quotas aimed at protecting US manufacturing jobs. But as Jocelyn Ford reports, Chinese exporters aren't too upset about it.

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