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The future of the global car market

Jan 16, 2012
What would the world's roads look like if countries like China and India caught up with the United States?
Posted In: car, China, energy
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Taiwanese re-elect President Ma Ying-jeou

Jan 15, 2012
Voters in Taiwan re-elected President Ma Ying-jeou on Saturday. Ma pursues a conciliatory policy toward China, which has welcomed his victory.
Posted In: China, Taiwan, elections
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Apple store egged in China after iPhone 4S release delay

Jan 13, 2012
Does the chaos surrounding today's release mean that Apple is underestimating its popularity in China?
Posted In: China, iphone 4S, apple
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4S riots

Jan 13, 2012
For a phone? Really?
Posted In: iphone 4S, China
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Apple's iPhone 4S release postponed in China

Jan 13, 2012
Stores in Beijing and Shanghai were supposed to release the Apple iPhone 4S today, but crowds swelled to unmanageable levels.
Posted In: China, apple, iphone 4S
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Chinese laborers take drastic measures for a raise

Jan 11, 2012
Workers at a Foxconn factory that makes iPhones all threatened to jump from the top of the building if they didn't get a raise. But these aren't the only workers protesting work conditions and pay in the country.
Posted In: China, minimum wage, Foxconn
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Skyscrapers: Why bigger isn’t always better

Jan 11, 2012
A report out links building skyscrapers with economic crashes. China, please take note.
Posted In: skyscraper, economic crash, China, New York City
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Germany contracts, China looms

Jan 11, 2012
News today that the German economy contracted sent markets down sharply. But was it all just noise?
Posted In: Germany, spain, China, global economy
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Geithner asks China for help with sanctions on Iran

Jan 10, 2012
The U.S. treasury secretary wants China to impose sanctions, but may find the Chinese -- big buyers of Iranian oil -- in no hurry to make up their minds.
Posted In: Iran, China, Oil
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China's trade surplus narrows

Jan 10, 2012
Chinese exports took a hit in the last year because of the European debt crisis, while the export market suffered as Chinese consumers bought less.
Posted In: China, import export

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