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Week of Sun, 2007-02-25 00:00 to Sat, 2007-03-03 23:59
China's stock market report (4:30) February 28, 2007permalink
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports that China's stock market's global influence also highlights its weaknesses. The stock market in Shanghai is less transparent than other markets in Asia, such as the one in Mumbai, India.
Castro and Chavez phone call (3:00) February 28, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mullins has details on a special call that came in to the radio program hosted by Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez...on the line was Cuban leader Fidel Castro.
Market interview part II (5:05) February 28, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Paul Solman, Economics correspondent with the The News Hour with Jim Lehrer, who explains how yesterday's stock market tumble in China triggered reaction throughout the world's financial markets.
Market interview part I (4:30) February 28, 2007permalink
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Clyde Prestowitz, President of the Economic Strategy Institute, a Washington think-tank influential in the areas of international trade policy, about the global repercussions of yesterday stock market tumble in China.
Entire program - February 28 February 28, 2007permalink
Global Hit - A Moving Sound (5:00) February 27, 2007permalink
Anchor Marco Werman tells us about an American and a group of Taiwanese musicians who are redefining the music of the Asian island. They call themselves "A Moving Sound."
Cradle-to-cradle report (6:35) February 27, 2007permalink
The World's Jason Margolis reports on the "cradle-to-cradle" design concept. The idea is to manufacture everyday products -- like chalkboards or office chairs -- that can be easily recycled when users are done with them. The man behind the concept is a Virgina architect, and he's winning converts around the world.