'Marketplace' Report: Where China Invests China wants to invest its money, but it doesn't want to take a risk on the shaky U.S. housing market. China's four biggest banks are looking for other ways to invest their huge foreign currency reserves.
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'Marketplace' Report: Where China Invests

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'Marketplace' Report: Where China Invests

'Marketplace' Report: Where China Invests

'Marketplace' Report: Where China Invests

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China wants to invest its money, but it doesn't want to take a risk on the shaky U.S. housing market. China's four biggest banks are looking for other ways to invest their huge foreign currency reserves. Madeleine Brand talks with Nancy Marshall-Genzer about what China's investment concerns mean for the U.S. economy.