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Ambassador Ron Kirk on U.S. trade relations

Feb 10, 2012
President Obama said in his State of the Union that he wanted stricter enforcement of U.S. trade rules. U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk discusses the details of what's to come.
Posted In: trade, China, State of the Union
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Bubble fears as Chinese buyers bid up art prices

Feb 9, 2012
Rich Chinese buyers are bidding up global art prices. But as some buy for investment rather than artistic merit, there are fears of a bubble.
Posted In: art, China
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Citigroup to offer credit cards in China

Feb 7, 2012
Banking giant Citigroup is to become the first global bank to issue its own credit cards in China. Debit cards are much more common there.
Posted In: China, Citibank, Citigroup, Credit Cards
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Economists: RMB internationalization good for U.S., global economy

Feb 7, 2012
Many fear that China's RMB is going to overtake the U.S. dollar as the world's most important currency. But some say the U.S. should encourage China to progress with the RMB internationalization.
Posted In: China, currency
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New leader picked for Wal-Mart China

Feb 7, 2012
Wal-Mart has a new head of China operations. New Zealander Greg Foran will need to execute a strategy that is based on more than cheap prices.
Posted In: China, Wal-Mart, Walmart
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German leader Merkel seeks support from China

Feb 2, 2012
German chancellor Angela Merkel is in China this week, telling Chinese leaders that European Union plans to solve its debt crisis can work.
Posted In: China, Angela Merkel, Europe debt crisis
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Facebook mulls its China strategy

Feb 2, 2012
China is a huge potential market for Facebook but to get in the company may have to modify its uncensored software.
Posted In: Facebook, China, IPO
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Merkel ends China trip with aid to Europe uncertain

Feb 2, 2012
German Chancellor Angela Merkel ends her trip to China today. Chinese leaders don't promise Europe any specific help to resolve its debt crisis.
Posted In: China, Europe debt crisis, Angela Merkel
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U.S., EU score major trade victory over China

Jan 31, 2012
The World Trade Organization has ruled that China must immediately drop its system of export taxes and quotas on a range of raw materials.
Posted In: trade, China, WTO
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WTO rules against China for unfair trade practices

Jan 30, 2012
A ruling against China by the World Trade Organization could mean cheaper rare earth metals. The metals are used in many electronic devices.
Posted In: China, WTO, rare earth minerals, technology

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