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Chinese imports sneak back into US market

An uproar from US textile companies over cheap Chinese imports last year led to tariffs and restrictions on Chinese bras and other clothing. But now exporters have found a new way to get products into the US. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada
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Asian markets soar

Stock markets across Asia rallied today on the heels of Wall Street's strong showing. Jocelyn Ford reports.
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McDonald's drives through China

McDonald's signed a deal today with China's largest service station network, Sinopec, to create a burger and gas combo for China's up-and-coming middle class. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada
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China's automotive industry

Today GM's top executive in China started a new job at that country's second largest automaker. Shanghai Automotive hired Philip Murtaugh to launch the company's first export to Europe. Jocelyn Ford reports from Beijing.
Posted In: Canada
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Natural gas discovery in South China Sea

Today in Asian trading, shares of Chinese oil company CNOOC soared more than 6% on news of a big, new energy find deep under the South China Sea. Jocelyn Ford reports from Beijing.
Posted In: Canada
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Small arms = big bucks for China

A report from Amnesty International finds covert Chinese arms exports are stoking conflicts in hot spots around the world. Jocelyn Ford reports.
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Inflation fears deflating world markets

Concern about inflation and interest rates is cutting deeper and deeper into world markets. Today, Asian stocks fell to their lowest levels in months. Jocelyn Ford reports.
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Google rethinks China compromise

Co-founder Sergey Brin admitted yesterday that the deal Google struck with China to allow some censorship on its search engine in that country may have been a mistake. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada, Science
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Shifting from political to economic freedom

In increasingly capitalist China, protests surrounding this weekend's Tiananmen Square anniversary are likely to be more economic than political. Jocelyn Ford has more.
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A stock you can bank on

Shares of the Bank of China began trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange today and quickly shot up 15%. From Beijing, Jocelyn Ford tells us why investors have been scrambling to own a piece of it.
Posted In: Canada

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