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Coronavirus

China back to work, not back to normal

by Jennifer Pak Feb 10, 2020
China is officially back at work but most enterprises not essential to containing the new coronavirus aren't up and running just yet.
Face mask manufacturing is one of the essential enterprises called back to work to help contain the new coronavirus.
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In China, coronavirus curbs New Year celebrations ... and spending

by Jennifer Pak Jan 24, 2020
The holiday is usually a peak purchasing period, but the illness is threatening to derail the much-needed bump in the Chinese economy.
Shoppers wearing masks Wednesday prepare for Lunar New Year in Wuhan, ground zero of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

What internet search is like behind China's Great Firewall

by Jed Kim Feb 15, 2019
Steering clear of the three Ts isn't enough anymore.
A dragonfly balloon outside Google's headquarters in Madrid is part of a protest of the company's Dragonfly project on Nov. 27, 2018.
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Corner Office

The CEO of America's biggest exporter on manufacturing in America, doing business in China and President Trump

by Kai Ryssdal and Maria Hollenhorst Feb 11, 2019
The 102-year-old Boeing Co. just had its best year ever.
About one third of the 737 aircraft that Boeing builds are bought by Chinese customers.
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Georgia sees good relationship with China as one key to its economic future

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 21, 2017
International companies have been helping to create domestic jobs.
Scott Malone (left), president of Development Authority of LaGrange, and Rami Helminen, CEO of Sentury Tire North America, at the site of the future tire plant. The company is expected to create about a 1,000 jobs in Georgia. 
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Why can't China make a good ballpoint pen?

by Rob Schmitz Dec 14, 2015
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's quest to innovate the workshop of the world.