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CHINA-PARLIAMENT/ECONOMY
RTS9HKW 
March 06, 2016 
A screen shows Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as... 
Beijing, China 
A screen shows Xu Shaoshi head of the National Development and Reform Commission gestures as he speaks... 
A screen shows Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National People's Congress in Beijing, China March 6, 2016. The global economy remains uncertain and unstable, posing a risk to China's economic growth, the country's top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/ECONOMY
RTS9HKU 
March 06, 2016 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during... 
Beijing, China 
Xu Shaoshi head of the NDRC gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National... 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National People's Congress in Beijing, China March 6, 2016. The global economy remains uncertain and unstable, posing a risk to China's economic growth, the country's top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/ECONOMY
RTS9HKR 
March 06, 2016 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during... 
Beijing, China 
Xu Shaoshi head of the National Development and Reform Commission gestures as he speaks during a press... 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National People's Congress in Beijing, China March 6, 2016. The global economy remains uncertain and unstable, posing a risk to China's economic growth, the country's top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/ECONOMY
RTS9HKN 
March 06, 2016 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during... 
Beijing, China 
Xu Shaoshi head of the National Development and Reform Commission gestures as he speaks during a press... 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National People's Congress in Beijing, China March 6, 2016. The global economy remains uncertain and unstable, posing a risk to China's economic growth, the country's top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
CHINA-PARLIAMENT/ECONOMY
RTS9HKD 
March 06, 2016 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during... 
Beijing, China 
Xu Shaoshi head of the NDRC gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National... 
Xu Shaoshi, head of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) gestures as he speaks during a press conference on the sideline of National People's Congress in Beijing, China March 6, 2016. The global economy remains uncertain and unstable, posing a risk to China's economic growth, the country's top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj 
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFRASTRUCTURE
RTS4JVK 
October 15, 2015 
Workers walk past a road construction site in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015. China's economic planner... 
Beijing, China 
Workers walk past a road construction site in Beijing, China 
Workers walk past a road construction site in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015. China's economic planner said it approved 218 fixed-asset projects worth 1.81 trillion yuan ($285.3 billion) in the first nine months of the year, as Beijing looks to drive infrastructure investment to support slowing economic growth. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFRASTRUCTURE
RTS4JUI 
October 15, 2015 
A woman worker, holding shovels, walks past a road construction site in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015.... 
Beijing, China 
A worker walks past a road construction site in Beijing 
A woman worker, holding shovels, walks past a road construction site in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015. China's economic planner said it approved 218 fixed-asset projects worth 1.81 trillion yuan ($285.3 billion) in the first nine months of the year, as Beijing looks to drive infrastructure investment to support slowing economic growth. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTS4JRG 
October 15, 2015 
Shoppers ride on a travelator at a supermarket in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015. China's economic... 
Beijing, China 
Shoppers ride on a travelator at a supermarket in Beijing 
Shoppers ride on a travelator at a supermarket in Beijing, China, October 15, 2015. China's economic planner said on Thursday that consumer prices will continue to grow at a mild pace in coming months, amid investors' concerns about deflationary pressures in the economy. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/POLICY
RTX1RTSB 
September 22, 2015 
Customers choose watches at a promotional stall of a department store in a shopping district of Beijing,... 
Beijing, China 
Customers choose watches at a promotional stall of a department store in a shopping district of Beijing... 
Customers choose watches at a promotional stall of a department store in a shopping district of Beijing, China, September 22, 2015. Pockets of strength in China's economy should help it achieve Beijing's annual growth target for this year, a research paper issued by the country's top economic planner said on Tuesday. Despite increasing pressure on the economy, modest rises in consumer prices and employment are expected during the remainder of 2015, according to the paper posted on the National Development and Reform Commission's (NDRC) website. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/POLICY
RTX1RTS3 
September 22, 2015 
A woman carrying a shopping bag walks underneath lanterns of a restaurant in a shopping district of Beijing,... 
Beijing, China 
A woman carrying a shopping bag walks underneath lanterns of a restaurant in a shopping district of Beijing... 
A woman carrying a shopping bag walks underneath lanterns of a restaurant in a shopping district of Beijing, China, September 22, 2015. Pockets of strength in China's economy should help it achieve Beijing's annual growth target for this year, a research paper issued by the country's top economic planner said on Tuesday. Despite increasing pressure on the economy, modest rises in consumer prices and employment are expected during the remainder of 2015, according to the paper posted on the National Development and Reform Commission's (NDRC) website. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/POLICY
RTX1RTRG 
September 22, 2015 
A couple takes a rest in front of a shopping mall after making their purchases in a shopping district... 
Beijing, China 
A couple takes a rest in front of a shopping mall after making their purchases in a shopping district... 
A couple takes a rest in front of a shopping mall after making their purchases in a shopping district of Beijing September 22, 2015. Pockets of strength in China's economy should help it achieve Beijing's annual growth target for this year, a research paper issued by the country's top economic planner said on Tuesday. Despite increasing pressure on the economy, modest rises in consumer prices and employment are expected during the remainder of 2015, according to the paper posted on the National Development and Reform Commission's (NDRC) website. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF
RTS8VW 
September 09, 2015 
Chairman and chief executive of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma attends a session of "Future-Proofing the Internet... 
Dalian, China 
Chairman and chief executive of Alibaba Group, Ma attends a session at the WEF in Dalian 
Chairman and chief executive of Alibaba Group, Jack Ma attends a session of "Future-Proofing the Internet Economy" at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economy still faces relatively large downward pressure, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "The largest problem facing the Chinese economy now is industrial overcapacity," Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF
RTS8I3 
September 09, 2015 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District... 
Dalian, China 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District... 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF 
RTS8I1 
September 09, 2015 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session... 
Dalian, China 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu speaks at the WEF in Dalian 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF 
RTS8HZ 
September 09, 2015 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session... 
Dalian, China 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu speaks at the WEF in Dalian 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF 
RTS8HY 
September 09, 2015 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District... 
Dalian, China 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District... 
Russia's Deputy Prime Minister and Presidential Plenipotentiary Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yury Trutnev speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF 
RTS8HX 
September 09, 2015 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session... 
Dalian, China 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu speaks at the WEF in Dalian 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi speaks during a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/WEF 
RTS8HW 
September 09, 2015 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi attends a session at the... 
Dalian, China 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu attends a session at the WEF in... 
China's Minister of the National Development and Reform Commission Xu Shaoshi attends a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in China's port city Dalian, September 9, 2015. China's economic fundamentals are healthy, the head of the country's top economic planner said on Wednesday. "China has contributed around 30 percent of the world's economic growth," Xu said at the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Swiss-based corporate think-tank which runs the Davos summit of world leaders. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTX1NQPG 
August 10, 2015 
A sign, which read "pond, danger", is seen next to a residential construction site in Chenggong new district... 
Kunming, China 
A sign, which read "pond, danger", is seen next to a residential construction site in Chenggong new district... 
A sign, which read "pond, danger", is seen next to a residential construction site in Chenggong new district of Kunming, Yunnan province, China, August 4, 2015. China's top economic planner said on Monday that the property market was likely to continue to improve in the second half of this year, a good sign for the struggling economy. Picture taken August 4, 2015. REUTERS/Wong Campion 
USA-BROKERAGE/DEPARTURES
RTR4VTJM 
April 02, 2015 
Daniel Heide hangs a sign in the new office of The Botkin Group, comprising of financial planners who... 
MCMURRAY, UNITED STATES 
Heide hangs a sign in the new office of The Botkin Group in McMurray 
Daniel Heide hangs a sign in the new office of The Botkin Group, comprising of financial planners who resigned from Morgan Stanley to start their own firm, in McMurray, Pennsylvania March 20, 2015. Sara Botkin (R) left Morgan Stanley with her father and brother to start their own independent financial planning and investment firm. The Botkins' experience is reflective of a growing number of top-producing brokers who are leaving the embrace of big banks like Morgan Stanley, Bank of America's Merrill Lynch and UBS Group to branch out on their own. Photo taken March 20, 2015. To match Feature USA-BROKERAGE/DEPARTURES REUTERS/Stephanie Strasburg 
USA-BROKERAGE/DEPARTURES
RTR4VTJJ 
April 02, 2015 
Workers hang a sign in the new offices of The Botkin Group, comprising of financial planners who resigned... 
MCMURRAY, UNITED STATES 
Workers hang a sign in the new offices of The Botkin Group in McMurray 
Workers hang a sign in the new offices of The Botkin Group, comprising of financial planners who resigned from Morgan Stanley to start their own firm a mile away in McMurray, Pennsylvania, March 20, 2015. The Botkins' experience is reflective of a growing number of top-producing brokers who are leaving the embrace of big banks like Morgan Stanley, Bank of America's Merrill Lynch and UBS Group to branch out on their own. Photo taken March 20, 2015. To match Feature USA-BROKERAGE/DEPARTURES REUTERS/Stephanie Strasburg 
CHINA-ECONOMY/INVESTMENT
RTR4F09P 
November 21, 2014 
People walk on a bridge near the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai November 21, 2014. China wasted... 
Shanghai, China 
People walk on a bridge near the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai 
People walk on a bridge near the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai November 21, 2014. China wasted an approximate 42 trillion yuan ($6.9 trillion) on "ineffective investment" in the five years from 2009, with the problem worsening in the past two years, a government official and an economist were quoted as saying in the local media. The remarks were made by Xu Ce of the development and planning department at China's top economic planner, the National Development and Reform Commission, and Wang Yuan from the Academy of Macro Economic Research, which is linked to the commission. Their comments were published in an opinion piece in the Shanghai Securities News on Thursday, with the caveat that their views did not reflect official thinking. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE POLITICS SOCIETY REAL ESTATE) 
CHINA-ECONOMY-INVESTMENT
RTR4A3KR 
October 14, 2014 
A man is silhouetted against setting sun at a business district in Beijing October 14, 2014. China's... 
Beijing, China 
A man is silhouetted against setting sun at a business district in Beijing 
A man is silhouetted against setting sun at a business district in Beijing October 14, 2014. China's investment growth should pick up in the coming months as authorities hasten construction of water conservancy and other infrastructure projects to support growth, a senior official at the country's powerful economic planner said on Tuesday.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CHINA-ECONOMY-INVESTMENT
RTR4A3KN 
October 14, 2014 
Labourers working on a construction site are seen next to setting sun in Beijing October 14, 2014. China's... 
Beijing, China 
Labourers working on a construction site are seen next to setting sun in Beijing 
Labourers working on a construction site are seen next to setting sun in Beijing October 14, 2014. China's investment growth should pick up in the coming months as authorities hasten construction of water conservancy and other infrastructure projects to support growth, a senior official at the country's powerful economic planner said on Tuesday.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION) 
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTR46U48 
September 19, 2014 
Canadian Jastin Leung, 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Canadian Jastin Leung holds some of his Apple iPhone 6 near the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping... 
Canadian Jastin Leung, 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong Kong, holds some of his Apple iPhone 6 near the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district September 19, 2014. Leung said he paid his friends in Japan to queue for the new iPhones, and plans to sell them in mainland China, adding that he planned to collect 35 iPhones in Tokyo but has only managed to get 25 so far. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS) 
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTR46U44 
September 19, 2014 
Canadian Jastin Leung (L), 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Canadian Jastin Leung answers questions from a journalist as they sit next to Leung's foldable chairs... 
Canadian Jastin Leung (L), 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong Kong, answers questions from a journalist as they sit next to Leung's foldable chairs and plastic bags containing 10 of Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 plus, near the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district September 19, 2014. Leung said he paid his friends in Japan to queue for the new iPhones, and plans to sell them in mainland China, adding that he planned to collect 35 iPhones in Tokyo but has only managed to get 25 so far. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS) 
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTR46U3W 
September 19, 2014 
Canadian Jastin Leung (L), 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Canadian Jastin Leung answers journalists' questions as he holds plastic bags containing 10 of Apple's... 
Canadian Jastin Leung (L), 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong Kong, answers journalists' questions as he holds plastic bags containing 10 of Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 plus in front of the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district September 19, 2014. Leung said he paid his friends in Japan to queue for the new iPhones, and plans to sell them in mainland China, adding that he planned to collect 35 iPhones in Tokyo but has only managed to get 25 so far. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS MEDIA) 
APPLE-IPHONE/
RTR46U3L 
September 19, 2014 
Canadian Jastin Leung, 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Canadian Jastin Leung uses his mobile phone as he holds plastic bags containing 10 of Apple's new iPhone... 
Canadian Jastin Leung, 28, who came to Japan for a vacation and works as a financial planner in Hong Kong, uses his mobile phone as he holds plastic bags containing 10 of Apple's new iPhone 6 and 6 plus in front of the Apple Store at Tokyo's Omotesando shopping district September 19, 2014. Leung said he paid his friends in Japan to queue for the new iPhones, and plans to sell them in mainland China, adding that he planned to collect 35 iPhones in Tokyo but has only managed to get 25 so far. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TELECOMS) 
CHINA-MILKPOWDER/INQUIRY
RTX11AUD 
July 03, 2013 
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing July 3, 2013. The... 
Beijing, China 
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing 
A family looks at foreign imported milk powder products at a supermarket in Beijing July 3, 2013. The decision by China's top economic planner to investigate five leading foreign infant milk companies for suspected antitrust violations may be part of a broader plan to boost consumption of the local product, analysts said on Wednesday. Mothers turned away from Chinese milk powder in 2008 when infant formula tainted with the industrial compound melamine killed at least six babies and made thousands sick with kidney stones.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD HEALTH) 
ITALY-MOLESKINE/DEBUT
RTXY75W 
April 03, 2013 
A woman holds a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan April 3, 2013. Shares in upmarket... 
Milan, Italy 
A woman holds a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan 
A woman holds a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan April 3, 2013. Shares in upmarket notebook maker Moleskine made a lacklustre debut in Milan on Wednesday as growth concerns and broad market weakness weighed on this year's first major stock listing in crisis-hit Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
ITALY-MOLESKINE/DEBUT
RTXY75V 
April 03, 2013 
A man looks at a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan April 3, 2013. Shares in upmarket... 
Milan, Italy 
A man looks at a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan 
A man looks at a Moleskine planner notebook in a Moleskine store in Milan April 3, 2013. Shares in upmarket notebook maker Moleskine made a lacklustre debut in Milan on Wednesday as growth concerns and broad market weakness weighed on this year's first major stock listing in crisis-hit Italy. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P69G 
July 23, 2011 
Doors for the new General Motors Chevrolet Cruze car move along the assembly line at the General Motors... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Doors for the new General Motors Chevrolet Cruze car move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P69E 
July 23, 2011 
A worker prepares to install a door on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A worker prepares to install a door on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P69C 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis are welded by robotic welders as they move along the assembly line at the General... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis are welded by robotic welders as they move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P699 
July 23, 2011 
Workers install parts on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Workers install parts on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P696 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown,... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P694 
July 23, 2011 
A general view of Chevrolet Cruze car assembly line at the General Motors assembly plant in Lordstown,... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A general view of Chevrolet Cruze car assembly line at the General Motors assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P691 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68X 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the final leg of the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the final leg of the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68U 
July 23, 2011 
A worker installs parts onto the dashboard for the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A worker installs parts onto the dashboard for the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68R 
July 23, 2011 
A general view of the outside of the General Motors Chevrolet Cruze car assembly complex in Lordstown,... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A general view of the outside of the General Motors Chevrolet Cruze car assembly complex in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68O 
July 23, 2011 
A general view of Chevrolet Cruze car chassis as they are welded by robotic welders as they move along... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A general view of Chevrolet Cruze car chassis as they are welded by robotic welders as they move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68N 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along different levels as they are welded by robotic welders on the... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along different levels as they are welded by robotic welders on the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68L 
July 23, 2011 
A worker installs the rear tail light assembly on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A worker installs the rear tail light assembly on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68J 
July 23, 2011 
A worker installs doors on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A worker installs doors on the new Chevrolet Cruze car as it moves along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68I 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze car chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68G 
July 23, 2011 
Fully assembled Chevrolet Cruze cars reach the end of the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Fully assembled Chevrolet Cruze cars reach the end of the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68E 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis are welded by robotic welders as they move along the assembly line at the General... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis are welded by robotic welders as they move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68D 
July 23, 2011 
A Chevrolet Cruze is quality checked by Auditor Rick Burley at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
A Chevrolet Cruze is quality checked by Auditor Rick Burley at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY
RTR2P68B 
July 23, 2011 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown,... 
Cleveland, UNITED STATES 
To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY 
Chevrolet Cruze chassis move along the assembly line at the General Motors Cruze assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio July 22, 2011. With the economy still struggling to regain momentum after the financial crisis of 2007-09 and 14 million Americans out of work, the planners at GM and a host of corporations across America are in no rush to make big new investments to ramp up output and hiring. The world's second-biggest automaker has not reopened its idled plants or built new ones as Americans rein in spending. To match Analysis USA-AUTOS/ECONOMY REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
CHINA/
RTR2JJU3 
March 07, 2011 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central... 
Beijing, China 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central... 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central Beijing March 7, 2011. The Chinese capital is exploring the possibility of implementing a property tax to cool its red-hot property market, but has no plans to do so at the moment, a top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
CHINA/
RTR2JJU2 
March 07, 2011 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central... 
Beijing, China 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central... 
Workmen hang from a platform and stand in the open window of a building under construction in central Beijing March 7, 2011. The Chinese capital is exploring the possibility of implementing a property tax to cool its red-hot property market, but has no plans to do so at the moment, a top economic planner said on Sunday. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES
RTXTE6D 
October 13, 2010 
Mark Berg poses outside his Wheaton, Illinois home October 6, 2010. Berg, a financial planner, recently... 
Wheaton, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES 
Mark Berg poses outside his Wheaton, Illinois home October 6, 2010. Berg, a financial planner, recently applied to refinance for a second time in 12 months, this time seeking to cut his mortgage term with a 3.75 percent 10-year loan, from the 4.75 percent 30-year mortgage he got with "no hiccups." Banks are a lot pickier today. To protect themselves from defaults, they have sharply increased underwriting requirements -- and paperwork -- needed to get a loan. They've adopted less agreeable views on credit cards and other forms of revolving debt, investor properties and income history. Picture taken October 6, 2010. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES
RTXTE65 
October 13, 2010 
Mark Berg poses outside his Wheaton, Illinois home October 6, 2010. Berg, a financial planner, recently... 
Wheaton, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES 
Mark Berg poses outside his Wheaton, Illinois home October 6, 2010. Berg, a financial planner, recently applied to refinance for a second time in 12 months, this time seeking to cut his mortgage term with a 3.75 percent 10-year loan, from the 4.75 percent 30-year mortgage he got with "no hiccups." Banks are a lot pickier today. To protect themselves from defaults, they have sharply increased underwriting requirements -- and paperwork -- needed to get a loan. They've adopted less agreeable views on credit cards and other forms of revolving debt, investor properties and income history. Picture taken October 6, 2010. To match Special Report USA-HOUSING/MORTGAGES REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT30A 
October 05, 2010 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) speaks... 
Arlington, UNITED STATES 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center speaks to journalists... 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) speaks to journalists about Cyber security at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security facility in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, September 24, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH POLITICS MILITARY) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT307 
October 05, 2010 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) speaks... 
Arlington, UNITED STATES 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center speaks to journalists... 
Sean McGurk, Director of the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) speaks to journalists about Cyber security at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security facility in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, September 24, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH MILITARY) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT2ZV 
October 05, 2010 
A work station is pictured at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity & Communications... 
Arlington, UNITED STATES 
A work station is pictured at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity & Communications... 
A work station is pictured at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) located just outside Washington in Arlington, Virginia September 24, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH POLITICS MILITARY) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT2ZL 
October 05, 2010 
U.S. Department of Homeland Security analysts work at the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration... 
Arlington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Department of Homeland Security analysts work at the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration... 
U.S. Department of Homeland Security analysts work at the National Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) located just outside Washington in Arlington, Virginia on September 24, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SCI TECH POLITICS MILITARY) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT2ZC 
October 05, 2010 
Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center... 
Colorado Springs, UNITED STATES 
Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center... 
Josh Mayeux, network defender, works at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado July 20, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY SCI TECH POLITICS) 
USA-CYBERWAR/
RTXT2Z7 
October 05, 2010 
TSgt James Ortiz, shift lead, boundary protection looks over a rack in the server room at the Air Force... 
Colorado Springs, UNITED STATES 
TSgt James Ortiz looks over a rack in the server room at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations... 
TSgt James Ortiz, shift lead, boundary protection looks over a rack in the server room at the Air Force Space Command Network Operations & Security Center at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado July 20, 2010. U.S. national security planners are proposing that the 21st century's critical infrastructure -- power grids, communications, water utilities, financial networks -- be similarly shielded from cyber marauders and other foes. The ramparts would be virtual, their perimeters policed by the Pentagon and backed by digital weapons capable of circling the globe in milliseconds to knock out targets. To match Special Report USA-CYBERWAR/ REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY SCI TECH POLITICS) 
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