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After 30 years of reform, economic perils on China's path
By JIM YARDLEY
Chinese leaders are facing a new era in which Deng Xiaoping's export-led economic model will contend with unprecedented challenges.
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TRANSITION IN WASHINGTON
Bill Clinton lifts veil from foundation's donor list
By PETER BAKER AND CHARLIE SAVAGE
Lifting a longstanding cloak of secrecy, Bill Clinton disclosed the names of more than 200,000 donors to his foundation as part of an agreement negotiated with President-elect Barack Obama.
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Tax break may have helped cause U.S. housing bubble
By VIKAS BAJAJ AND DAVID LEONHARDT
In 1997, the U.S. government changed the tax laws on home sales, giving people a new reason to plow more money into real estate, and they did so.
With Madoff, even winners may lose out
By ALEX BERENSON
Those who profited unwittingly could be forced to give up some of their gains in an alleged multibillion-dollar fraud.
Tax deductions for theft losses could help some Madoff investors
Bankruptcy seen as an auto rescue option
By DAVID E. SANGER, BILL VLASIC AND MICHELINE MAYNARD
A Bush administration official said a managed bankruptcy would be a last resort if an agreement for a voluntary overhaul could not be reached.
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Iraqi arrests extend beyond key ministry
By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON AND TAREQ MAHER
Iraqi officials confirmed a wave of arrests in what appeared to be a major internal crackdown inside the nation's security apparatus.
Iraqi journalist who threw shoes at Bush said to ask for pardon
Japan forecasts zero growth next fiscal year
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Japan said recovery could be possible in the second half of the business year with the help of stimulus measures.
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Illinois inquiry goes beyond criminal complaint
South Korea trade fight gets ugly
In a first, gay rights are pressed at the UN
Uphill battle to repair Gaza truce
Violent protests flare again in central Athens
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