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Your Wallet: Where are the products that you buy made?

Mar 6, 2015
Is it important to know where what you buy comes from?
Posted In: China, manufacturing, bbc
Sundown in Wasteland, China

The Chinese villages of Wasteland, Mud Town and Lonely Outpost

Mar 5, 2015
Michael Meyer spent three years in Chinese villages that are nothing like their names.
Posted In: China, Quiet Village, tradition

What a 7 percent growth rate could look like

Mar 5, 2015
China has set 7 percent as its growth target. What would that look like here?
Posted In: economic growth, China, developing countries, productivity
Pedestrians walk past the skyline of the city's financial district in Shanghai.

The buying power of the Chinese middle class

Mar 3, 2015
“Aspirational luxury” is the sweet spot Chinese investors are trying to target.
Posted In: China, middle class, private equity
Jeep is expanding internationally with plans to open shop and start production in China and India soon.

Jeep eyes international sales

Mar 2, 2015
Fiat-Chrysler is transforming the iconic but American-centric Jeep into an international brand.
Posted In: Jeep, China, India, cars

American architects find creative freedom in Shanghai

Feb 20, 2015
Some view China as an opportunity to be bold.
Posted In: Shanghai, architecture, China
Mike Fullenkamp, a supervisor at the Fuyao plant, says he's been looking forward to Fuyao coming to town ever since the announcement over a year ago.

Chinese factories move to a new frontier: America

Feb 17, 2015
Chinese companies need more of the kinds of skilled labor available in the U.S.
Posted In: Dayton, China, manufacturing

Chinese have their own Internet censorship song

Feb 13, 2015
"An Internet power: Tell the world that the Chinese dream is uplifting China."
Posted In: China, internet censorship, cyber security
Digital screen displays China's stock market prices.

Shanghai's mayor shifts focus away from GDP

Jan 26, 2015
For decades, GDP growth has been an "obsession" for China's government. No more.
Posted In: China, GDP, China growth
A banner that reads "no to the canal" is carried this week during a protest against a new canal opening in Nicaragua.

Nicaragua's much-touted canal meets with opposition

Dec 24, 2014
Nicaragua's been talking about building a canal for 200 years. Considerable skepticism has greeted the project.
Posted In: Panama Canal, China, investment

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