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An NFL game with bratwurst

Jun 10, 2005
This Saturday the NFL's Berlin Thunder takes on the Amsterdam Admirals in the World Bowl, the European version of the Superbowl. Continental pro football American-style has yet to turn a profit, so NFL Europe is making a change; Kyle James reports.
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Streets lined with gold

Jun 9, 2005
As CAFTA is discussed on Washington, Mexico, the government is using the free trade argument to try to sell a massive coastal road project. It says it will help framers get their goods to market. But Mary Stucky reports that many Mexicans are wondering...isn't one Cancun enough?
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The new Chinese-American: business

Jun 8, 2005
Lenovo, which bought IBM last year, is at the forefront of a growing trend: Chinese companies are looking to invest in the U.S. Alisa Roth reports from New York.
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Upheaval in Bolivia: all about resources

Jun 8, 2005
Bolivia, rich in oil and gas, is in turmoil. The President has submitted his resignation, and thousands are marching in the capital city. Bill Faries, correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor is in La Paz, Bolivia.
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Should the Chinese float the yuan?

Jun 8, 2005
Despite a growing clamor for China to float its currency, Chinese officials say the country will make reforms at its own pace. Zanny Minton Beddoes has a suggestion for Beijing.
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Getting animated in India

Jun 7, 2005
The Cartoon Network, Tom and Jerry, Scooby Doo, Power Puff Girls and Disney's Pooh &#151 in Hindi. From Bangalore, Miranda Kennedy reports on a culture becoming capitivated by cartoons.
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Scooby Doo in Delhi

Jun 7, 2005
U.S. financial firms and software makers have been outsourcing work to India for quite a while now. But lately India's been lobbying for projects that are a little more animated.
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Mrs. Blair goes to Washington

Jun 3, 2005
British Prime Minister Tony Blair heads to the White House Monday to meet with President Bush, while his wife Cherie plans to appear before a packed hall at Washington's Kennedy Center. Cherie Blair's speaking fee is getting lots of attention in Britain; Amy Scott reports.
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Euro in trouble

Jun 2, 2005
The Euro hit an eight month low against the dollar today, following this week's rejection of the European Union Constitution by the Dutch and the French. From our European Desk, Marketplace's Stephen Beard points to one of the factors behind the "no" vote: hostility to the Euro itself.
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Having Children in China

Jun 1, 2005
Today is Children's Day in China. Due to worries about who will support the graying population, some cities have started allowing couples who are both only children to have two kids. But after 25 years of encouraging couples to have just one child, they're finding it's not that easy to turn back the clock. In Shanghai, the local-born population has been shrinking faster than anywhere else in China.
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