Secretary of State Hillary Clinton heads to Beijing, where Chinese leaders are concerned about the "Buy American" clause in the stimulus package. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Scott Tong about why China and the U.S. are both worried.
Japanese finance minister Shoichi Nakagawa quit today after his performance at the G7 conference in Rome suggested he was drunk. Scott Tong reports some of the setbacks for new finance minister Taro Aso.
Auto sales in China are expected to come out ahead of U.S. sales by 20 percent. This may not stay the case in the long term, but China will still be top priority for automakers worldwide. Scott Tong reports.
Today lawmakers watered down the controversial "Buy America" provision, which America's foreign trade partners took as good news. Scott Tong explores the business opportunities this could provide for China.
Every year, Chinese travelers spend $30 billion going abroad. So U.S. vacation hot spots are marketing to the Chinese. But marketers should know a few things first. Scott Tong reports from a tourism expo in Shanghai.
Chinese New Year is a time migrant workers in China's cities head home to rural villages, see family and exchange hopeful stories. But in the economic squeeze, this year feels different. Scott Tong reports.
A Chinese court sentenced two men to death and one woman to life in prison for their involvement in tainting milk with a deadly additive. Some believe they were scapegoated for government cover-ups. Scott Tong reports.