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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

May 22 2017

Selling investor visa scheme in China a hard grind for U.S. mill

BEIJING As a controversial U.S. investment visa scheme comes under fresh criticism, Sam Walls of Little Rock, Arkansas, faces a different problem as he courts wealthy Chinese.

May 22 2017

Selling investor visa scheme in China a hard grind for U.S. mill

BEIJING As a controversial U.S. investment visa scheme comes under fresh criticism, Sam Walls of Little Rock, Arkansas, faces a different problem as he courts wealthy Chinese.

May 16 2017

China seen sacrificing some growth to reduce debt risks

BEIJING China's growth is set for its weakest patch since the global financial crisis as authorities pull back on the stimulus that helped the economy get off to an unexpectedly strong start this year, and keep funds tight to deter risky lending.

May 10 2017

China's factory prices slow further as manufacturing, commodities cool

BEIJING China's April producer price inflation cooled more than expected in a sign manufacturing activity may be losing momentum along with other sectors of the economy as domestic demand remains muted and the government cracks down on financial risks.

May 09 2017

On Gatsby’s North Shore, Chinese luxury home buyers pause as curbs bite

JERICHO, N.Y./BEIJING Among the sprawling colonial homes and well-tended lawns on the north shore of New York's Long Island, there are signs that Chinese policies crafted 11,000 kilometres away are taking a toll. | Video

May 09 2017

On Gatsby’s North Shore, Chinese luxury home buyers pause

JERICHO, N.Y./BEIJING Among the sprawling colonial homes and well-tended lawns on the north shore of New York's Long Island, there are signs that Chinese policies crafted 11,000 kilometers away are taking a toll. | Video

May 08 2017

China's April trade growth slows as commodities, electronics demand cools

Beijing China's import growth slowed faster than expected in April, as inbound shipments of commodities such as iron ore and copper weakened, while export growth more than halved, in line with a general cooling in demand for electronic gadgets.

Apr 18 2017

China's March home prices defy curbs, further tightening expected

BEIJING Prices in China's sizzling property market, a major driver of growth in the world's second largest economy, accelerated in March on a monthly basis, shaking off the impact of recent cooling measures introduced to dampen speculative demand.

Apr 14 2017

China's shadow banking rebounds in March, household loans surge despite curbs

BEIJING China's banks unexpectedly extended less credit in March than in the previous month as the government tries to contain the risks from an explosive build-up in debt and an overheating housing market.

Apr 12 2017

Xi stamp of approval fuels frenzied hopes for new China economic zone

XIONGXIAN, China/BEIJING Like many residents of Xiongxian county, a polluted corner of Hebei province, 17-year-old Liu Zipeng has been giddy with excitement since China announced plans this month for a vast new economic zone backed by President Xi Jinping himself.

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