Features By Jocelyn Ford

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How do you say Google in Chinese?

Google's making all kinds of noise in China. This week, the search engine announced it's opening a research lab there. And that's not all. Jocelyn Ford reports.
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Rockin' and rollin' in China

What a weekend it was in China. The Rolling Stones played its debut concert there. And in Beijing, Harley-Davidson opened its first dealership. Jocelyn Ford checked out the Hogs.
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Less satisfaction in Shanghai

The Rolling Stones are playing their first show in China tomorrow night. But it might be a little tamer than their used to. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada
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Thailand's prime minister steps down

Folks in Thailand will probably sleep well tonight. After two months of street protests aimed at getting rid of the country's prime minister, he resigned today. The leader's downfall was the $2 billion sale of his telecom startup. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada
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A green building in China

Jocelyn Ford tours Beijing's first certified green building and examines the growing market for environmentally friendly construction in the world's fastest growing economy.
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Japan's market no longer in the fridge

As Japan's stock market booms, so does the number of individual day-traders looking to make their fortune. Jocelyn Ford catches up with a refrigerator salesman who spends most of his time buying and selling stock.
Posted In: Investing
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China storing up US dollars

A Chinese government-owned newspaper says the country now has the biggest currency reserves in the world -- $850 billion and counting. Jocelyn Ford reports.
Posted In: Canada
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EU is into leather tax on China

The European Union plans to roll out a new tax on leather shoes from China. It will start at 5% and climb to 20% by the fall. Jocelyn Ford has reaction from Beijing.
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The Great Wall of trade

America is importing far more goods from China than it's exporting to the Chinese. Two US Senators are there now, trying to even things out. Jocelyn Ford reports.
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China's new chopsticks tax

China introduced new luxury taxes today on some high-end cars. The government also raised taxes on some everyday goods, including chopsticks. As Jocelyn Ford reports, the new taxes have more to do with the environment than with the economy.

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