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  • Dress Up Athletes... or Correspondents? | 3-1 10:15
  • In the battle for corporate sponsorship of the 2008 Olympics, how can Lining compete against Adidas?
  • Losing Domestice Agriculture | 2-7 10:25
  • Foreign firms have already begun snatching up domestic agricultural assets and seizing share of foreign markets once enjoyed by Chinese farmers. This trend will continue, with drastic results, unless something is done.
  • Healthcare Reform Is Set, But Debate Continues | 2-7 10:19
  • As government officials from the National Health Working Conference cement future healthcare reforms, interested parties voice disagreement over the market's ability to independently and effectively benefit the consumer.
  • PetroChina Plants Trees for Oil | 2-7 10:15
  • Big players in the oil industry are making green moves as the country intensifies its efforts at developing renewable energy resources.
  • Graduates and Unemployment | 2-7 9:47
  • While entry-level wages plummit, recent graduates are finding it harder and harder to find work.
  • Farewell, Red Hats | 2-7 9:42
  • A page in history turns as businesses show their true colors and re-register their private-ownership status.
  • One Person's Village | 2-7 9:34
  • A moving story about a Shanxi mining town that has been sapped and all but forgotten.
  • To Buy, or Not to Buy? | 2-7 9:26
  • China's wheat prices will continue to rise due to strong demand despite government auctions to push down prices.
  • GDB: Healing the Giant | 2-7 9:19
  • New management at the Guangdong Development Bank unveils plans to bring the financial heavy-weight back to the ring.

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