Business in China Gets More Perilous

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The troubles for U.S.-based food processor OSI are a lesson in the perils faced by foreign companies in China.

U.S. Manufacturing Rolls on Aged Wheels

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Even as economic indicators rise, domestic capital spending has remained anemic by historical standards and the nation's capital equipment base is getting long in the tooth.

Mexico Plans New $9.2 Billion Airport

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Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will unveil plans for a new Mexico City airport that will eventually be the largest in Latin America and serve as a regional hub, officials said.

Newmont to Resume Indonesian Copper Exports

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Newmont Mining Corp. has forged a deal to resume exporting copper concentrate from Indonesia as early as this week, the government said Tuesday.

U.S. to Consult Chinese Regulators on Maersk-MSC Alliance

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The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission is unlikely to approve a proposed alliance between container-shipping giants Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Co. before consulting with Chinese regulators, according to one of the agency's commissioners.

Germany Imposes Ban on Uber

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A regional court in Germany has imposed a nationwide ban on one of Uber Technologies' car-hailing services, posing a serious challenge to the company's ambitious expansion plans in Europe's largest economy.

Price Cuts Boost Law-School Enrollment

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A strategy rarely employed in legal education—price-cutting—appears to be paying off for a handful of law schools.

KKR Cashes Out of China Modern Dairy

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After a six-year investment in China's largest raw milk producer, private equity giant KKR & Co has finally sold its remaining shares in China Modern Dairy, in a deal worth roughly $80 million.

Washington Post Publisher Weymouth Stepping Down

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Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth announced that she is stepping down effective Oct. 1, marking the last departure from the newspaper of a member of the Graham family.

'Sea Turtles' Travel Home to China

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Native executives who return home from overseas are prized by Chinese firms because they understand the nuances of Chinese culture and can draw upon Western practices to help their new employers expand.

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