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Home deconstruction: Can an entire house be recycled?
Do we all agree? Tax breaks add to the deficit.
Wal-Mart: In or out of Africa?
Venezuela threatens to interrupt US oil supply
India boosts bid to rival China in Africa
Guinea defends its riches, but will that scare investors?
What's the ratio of cars to people in China?
Iraq's Arab Spring: Protests rise against persistent poverty in oil-rich nation
West Africa Rising: Could Guinea-Bissau jack up fishing rates on the EU?
iPhone 5 to get curved touchscreen: report
Are you middle class? Take our quiz to find out.
West Africa Rising: Ivory Coast recovering from season of violence
Which country has the world's biggest car market?
Mexico fields candidate to lead IMF. Does he have a shot?
Highest-paying majors revealed by new college study
Cut the deficit? Go after tax breaks. Yeah, tax breaks.
Sony hackers breach Greece music site security
Hollywood's foreign booty: New 'Pirates' film earned over $250 million abroad
Look who's driving world auto sales now
McDonald's chicken says 'au revoir' to Italian flavor
How the American dream went global: interview with Fareed Zakaria
Taking care of business in South Sudan
Latin America's middle class grows, but with a tenuous grasp on status
Fix the IMF: Go for growth. End 'bailout nation.'
In China, middle-class affluence, not political influence
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