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Car Culture Captivates China
Workers assemble cars at a plant jointly operated by Dongfend Motor Co. and Nissan Motor Co. in Guangdong province. (Reuters)
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A New Use for Good Earth: Chinese Farmers Pay Price in Drive to Build Golf Centers (Post, April 13, 2004)

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In China, Miners Pay a High Toll: Coal Fuels Economic Boom, but Costs Many Lives (Post, March 22, 2004)

Car Culture Captivates China: Sales Boom Along With Potential Problems (Post, March 8, 2004)

China Regulator Warns Of Investment Bubble (Post, Feb. 27, 2004)

China to Certify Safety Of Soybeans From U.S. (Post, Feb. 24, 2004)

China May Allow Yuan To Appreciate: Currency Policy Causes Tension With U.S. (Post, Feb. 11, 2004)

Made in China -- With Neighbors' Imports: Region Growing Dependent on Giant Market (Post, Feb. 5, 2004)

China's Dark Days and Darker Nights: Industrial Growth Exceeds Supply of Electrical Power (Post, Jan. 5, 2004)

From Rags to Riches To Arrests in Booming China (Post, Dec. 5, 2003)

China Seeks to Defuse U.S. Trade Battle: Premier Says His Nation's Economic Growth Helps, Not Harms Americans (Post, Nov. 23, 2003)

Sagging Textile Town Unappeased by New Quotas: In S.C., Jobless See Few Political Options (Post, Nov. 20, 2003)

China Assails Import Limits: But Signals Desire Not to Further Strain U.S. Ties (Post, Nov. 20, 2003)

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