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SHANGHAI -- As shock waves from the credit crisis began to spread around the world last month, China scrambled to protect itself. Among the most extreme measures it took was to impose new export taxes to keep critical supplies such as grains and fertilizer from leaving the country.
 
Dashed Corporate Earnings Send Markets Down Again (Post, October 23, 2008, Page D01)
 
Recession Fears Batter Markets Across World (Post, October 23, 2008, Page D01)
 
Fearing a Drought of Aid: As Major Economies Totter, Bush Urges Commitment to World's Most Vulnerable (Post, October 22, 2008, Page D01)
 
Lifeline for Automakers Dangles Just Out of Reach (Post, October 22, 2008, Page A01)
 
Russian Economic Official Abruptly Freed From Jail: Corruption Case Linked to Kremlin Jockeying (Post, October 22, 2008, Page A12)
 
Fed Prepared to Prop Up Money-Market Funds (Post, October 22, 2008, Page D01)
 
Stocks Drop on Sagging Earnings: Technology Shares Take Biggest Hit (Post, October 22, 2008, Page D01)
 
Economic Stimulus Gains Traction: Bernanke Offers Limited Support for New Spending (Post, October 21, 2008, Page A01)
 
3 Agencies Vie for Oversight of Swaps Market (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D01)
 
Wave of Optimism Sends Stocks Up: Investors Hopeful Credit Markets Starting to Thaw (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D01)
 
The Wildest Ride: Up, down. Way up, way down. Stock volatility has reached historic levels -- as one market expert said, "We have no idea where things are going." (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D01)
 
Banks Interested in Deal, Paulson Says (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D03)
 
China's 3rd-Quarter GDP Drops Sharply (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D07)
 
Money-Market Rates Drop as Banks Get Bailouts (Post, October 21, 2008, Page D03)
 
Unregulated Market Faces Test as Corporate Defaults Pile Up (Post, October 20, 2008, Page A09)
 
Economy Slices Into Internship Programs: Some D.C. Students on Wait List After Firms Cut Back Opportunities (Post, October 21, 2008, Page B01)
 
South Korea to Give Banks $100 Billion In Loan Guarantees: Move Aims to Boost Market, Currency (Post, October 20, 2008, Page A10)
 
Global Summits Planned to Tackle Economic Crisis: Bush Seeks Sweeping Oversight Changes (Post, October 19, 2008, Page A01)
 
ANALYSIS: Financial Rescues Can Set Off New Problems (Post, October 19, 2008, Page A01)
 
Spending Surge Pushing Deficit Toward $1 Trillion (Post, October 18, 2008, Page A01)
 
Downturn Goes Upscale: Luxury Stores, Thought Recession-Proof by Some, Feel the Pinch (Post, October 18, 2008, Page D01)
 
In Rich Japan, Crisis Inspires A Grand Plan: Lawmakers Urge Premier To Invest in U.S., Europe (Post, October 19, 2008, Page A01)
 
Political Rivals Take Aim at Brown as His Political Stature Rises (Post, October 18, 2008, Page A07)
 
France's 'Omni-President' Wins Praise for Take-Charge Approach (Post, October 18, 2008, Page A07)
 
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