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Going home for Chinese New Year

Jan 20, 2011
China Bureau Chief Rob Schmitz chronicles the journey thousands of Chinese citizens take to return home for the Chinese New Year.
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China's economy expands 10.3 percent in 2010

Jan 20, 2011
China announced a 10.3 percent growth in their economy of 2010 -- that's three times faster than the U.S.
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China Goes Home

Jan 20, 2011
There's a lot to think about when you're standing in line for two days. And, by and large, you're more willing to talk to a foreign reporter abou...
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China tries to polish image in U.S. with TV ads

Jan 20, 2011
As President Obama welcomes Chinese president Hu Jintao for a state visit, Americans should get ready for a Chinese ad blitz on TV. The spots -- with images of ordinary Chinese citizens juxtaposed with celebrities like the NBA's Yao Ming -- are aimed at improving China's image in the U.S. Will it work? Marketplace's Scott Tong takes a look.
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Diane Swonk: The Chinese delegation's Chicago visit

Jan 20, 2011
Jeremy Hobson speaks with Diane Swonk, chief economist with Mesirow Financial in Chicago about the Chinese relationship to the Windy City, and Chicago's expectations from the delegate's visit.
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China's economic show of force

Jan 19, 2011
Chinese president Hu Jintao's visit to Washington reflects a new economic reality. Chinese companies are going global.
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The Twelve Surprising Trends That Will Reshape the Global Economy by Daniel Altman

Jan 19, 2011
We talked to economist Daniel Altman about his latest book "Outrageous Fortunes," where he discusses the trends that he thinks will shape the...
Posted In: brain drain, capitalism, China, consumer spending, Daniel Altman, European Union, global economy
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Richard DeKaser: Negotiations between China and U.S. businesses

Jan 19, 2011
During his visit to the United States, President Hu Jintao will be spending time meeting with CEOs of GE and Goldman Sachs, among others American business leaders. Richard DeKaser explains.
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MIDDAY UPDATE: Chinese TV ads, debt control and Starbucks app

Jan 19, 2011
President Obama welcomes Chinese President Hu Jintao to the U.S. this week for a state visit. President Hu also will meet with key U.S. corporate...
Posted In: ceo, China, debt, equifax, General Electric, Goldman Sachs, Hu Jintao, mid-day update, President Obama, starbucks, TV commercials
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U.S. businesses see 'impressive financial results' in China

Jan 19, 2011
The political relationship between the U.S. and China may be on the rocks with China's undervalued currency and the trade imbalance. But this relationship doesn't necessarily reflect the opinion of U.S. businesses in China, as Rob Schmitz reports.
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