Jan 12, 2011 U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner today mapped out what he called "the path ahead" for the U.S.-China relationship. He pointed out that China needs to stop undervaluing its currency and stealing intellectual property.
Nov 3, 2011 Is Europe on the verge of throwing out it its single currency? You hear whispers of that, in the face of strains on the continent's monetary uni...
Sep 22, 2011 Tea has been an intrinsic part of Chinese culture for thousands of years, but with more urban Chinese demanding coffee, more tea farmers in China's tea-growing regions are also growing coffee.
Jan 5, 2011 China added more than 2 million cars last year, a 29 percent increase. So how does that affect the regular U.S. driver? It's all about the price of oil. Alisa Roth explains.
Sep 21, 2011 China's state media published pictures Wednesday that appear to show a prototype of the country's first stealth fighter jet....
Dec 30, 2010 Pope Benedict XVI is working to make the Vatican's financial operations more transparent amid a financial investigation involving its bank. The...
Jun 1, 2011 To China now, where the government raised interest rates again over the weekend. It's the second hike in just over two months as the Chinese government attempts to curb inflation there. So what does the move mean for us?
Dec 27, 2010 A huge pit in the Mojave Desert holds the largest collection of rare earth minerals outside of China. It was shut down years ago due to...
Dec 23, 2010 Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg has before expressed his interest in bringing the social network to China, but he does face some obstacles. Steve Henn reports.
Dec 23, 2010 A senior Chinese official said he sees the Eurozone as a major market for investment. Could Chinese investment solve Europe's economic woes? Stephen Beard explains.