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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may have just achieved exactly what he did not want.
While the sudden moves in the Chinese currency—and the concurrent concern about a slower economy—are the main cause of China’s stock market volatility, the country’s stock market structure may itself be exacerbating the selloff.
Eunice Yoon reports on China’s newly released economic blueprint.
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CEOs from some of America’s biggest companies discuss thorny issues with the president of China.
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera tells us what we can expect from the president of China’s visit to the U.S.
Eunice Yoon tells us the thorny issues that the world’s two biggest economies will discuss when they meet this week.
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In an exclusive interview with Steve Liesman, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew criticized China over the way it handled its recent currency devaluation.