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China tightens law on land seizures

Jan 21, 2011
China's government introduced new laws to protect people whose land is seized by local officials for future development.
Posted In: China, Housing

Google shakeup

Jan 21, 2011
This one seemed to have taken everyone by surprise. Eric Schmidt will leave his post as CEO at Google on April 4 and take on a new position of...
Posted In: business, China, eric schmidt, Google, larry page, search

Currency discussions continue during the Chinese's visit

Jan 20, 2011
Jeremy Hobson speaks with Lael Brainard, Undersecretary for International Finance at the Treasury Department about economic discussions during the Chinese delegation's visit to the U.S.
Posted In: China

MIDDAY UPDATE: Chinese delegation, Walmart, Target and Arby's

Jan 20, 2011
China announced a 10.3 percent GDP growth in December today. That's three times faster than GDP growth in the U.S., leading economists to believe...
Posted In: Arby's, Chicago, China, currency, GDP, Hu Jintao, mid-day update, Target, Walmart

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.
Posted In: China

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.
Posted In: China

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...
Posted In: China

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.
Posted In: China

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.
Posted In: China

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.
Posted In: China, Entrepreneurship

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