A Senate hearing today focuses on substandard drywall imported from China. Homeowners in the Southeast say it corrodes wires and makes people sick. But a ban Chinese drywall would be tricky for senators to pull off. Scott Tong reports.
China's new Growth Enterprise Board hopes to reward the country's tech stars the same way Nasdaq helped companies like Google and eBay. But this exchange comes with a different set of rules for investors. Scott Tong reports.
Indian stocks jumped so high regulators had to close the market temporarily to give it time to breath. This is good news for an economy often blasted as slow on reforms. Scott Tong further explores what's behind the surge.
It's understandable that multinational companies are bringing their overseas workers back home to cut costs. But for many displaced workers and their families, it's not such an easy transition. Scott Tong reports.
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, Toyota has a lot to be proud of at this year's Shanghai Auto Show. Marketplace's Scott Tong goes down a list of Chinese automakers' latest knock-offs to Bill Radke.
Despite its struggles, General Motors is planning to increase its sales in China. Scott Tong reports from the Shanghai International Auto Show on why GM and other automakers are zooming to the Chinese market.
China's latest GDP numbers indicate the weakest growth since 1992, but other indicators for lending and new infrastructure suggest its economy is coming back. Scott Tong explores the potential for a V-shaped recovery.
China is promising an infusion of $25 billion for its Asian neighbors. Is the high-profile deal a way for China to throw its weight around? Steve Chiotakis explores the issue with Marketplace's Scott Tong in Shanghai.