China Lifts Ban On U.S. Pork Products

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Clinton's Goodwill Trip Marred By Pakistan Attack

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The Zhoushan oil reserve in China's Zhejiang province. China started to build its national oil reserves as early as 2003 to offset oil supply risks and reduce the impact of fluctuating energy prices. Eugene Hoshiko/AP hide caption

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China Spends Billions In A Global Spree For Oil

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Toxic Chinese Drywall Creates A Housing Disaster

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Defendants face sentencing for a variety of charges linked to organized crime, including murder and extortion, during a trial in southwest China's Chongqing municipality on Oct. 21. The government's largest anti-organized crime prosecution in a half-century is currently under way. Already, six people have been sentenced to death. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Cracks Down On Organized Crime

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Dalai Lama's Visit To India Certain To Upset China

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The Positec power-tool factory in Suzhou Industrial Park — about 50 miles outside Shanghai — is suffering a worker shortage; it lacks about 200 employees, or about 10 percent of the workforce. In an effort to attract workers, the factory has increased wages by 10 percent and is building new dorms and a canteen. Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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China's Economy Grows, But Can It Last?

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Meng Jinghui is China's leading avant-garde theater director. His latest work, Murder in the Hanging Garden, is a musical — his first — and it addresses "the relentless grabbing for material goods and people's spiritual loss." Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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A Murder Mystery Musical Targets China's Yuppies

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China Becomes A Player In Afghanistan's Future

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Ambani Brothers Square Off In India's Supreme Court

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Making 'Made In China' Mean Luxury

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Pakistani paramilitary soldiers take position outside a police training center after gunmen attacked in Lahore on Thursday. A recent wave of attacks has raised questions about Pakistan's ability to secure its nuclear weapons facilities. Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Pakistan's Nuclear Arsenal At Risk?

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The demilitarized zone, or DMZ, divides North and South Korea. Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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U.S. Is Main Foe In North Korea's 'History' Lessons

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Pakistan Attacks Underscore Militants' Resilience

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For Chinese Man, A Gut Instinct For Belly Dancing

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