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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.

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Jun 14 2018

Didi Chuxing tightens car-pooling rules after murder threatens to dent image

(This version of June 13's story has been refiled to correct the time in paragraph three to midnight, from 12 p.m.)

Jun 13 2018

Didi Chuxing tightens car-pooling rules after murder threatens to dent image

BEIJING, June 13 China's biggest ride-sharing company Didi Chuxing said on Wednesday its car-pooling service drivers can only pick up passengers of the same sex in early morning and late evening, part of an on-going effort to regain trust following a murder of a female passenger earlier this year.

Jun 08 2018

China's export growth steady in May, import growth faster but not from U.S.

BEIJING China maintained solid export growth of 12.6 percent in May, slightly slower than in April, but still providing good news for Beijing's policymakers as they deal with tough trade negotiations with Washington.

Jun 08 2018

China's export growth steady in May, import growth faster but not from U.S.

BEIJING China maintained solid export growth of 12.6 percent in May, slightly slower than in April, but still providing good news for Beijing's policymakers as they deal with tough trade negotiations with Washington.

May 08 2018

China April exports bounce back more than expected despite U.S. trade brawl

BEIJING China's exports rebounded more strongly than expected in April after a surprise drop the previous month, suggesting global demand remains relatively resilient and providing a cushion to the economy amid a heated trade dispute with the United States. | Video

Feb 08 2018

China's import machine roars back to life in January; exports also beat forecasts

BEIJING China's trade machine kicked up a gear in January after stumbling the previous month, with exports and imports both growing much more than expected, pointing to a strong start to the year for global demand.

Oct 27 2017

China's September industrial profits surge most in nearly six years

BEIJING Profits for China's industrial powerhouses surged the most in nearly six years in September as a government crackdown on air pollution sparked fears of winter supply shortages and sent prices of finished goods like steel and copper sharply higher.

Oct 13 2017

China September imports blow past expectations as economy remains in high gear

BEIJING China's import and export growth accelerated in September, suggesting the world's second-biggest economy is still expanding at a healthy pace despite widespread forecasts of an eventual slowdown. | Video

Sep 14 2017

China’s economy losing some steam as investment growth hits 18-year low

BEIJING China posted a rare flurry of disappointing data on Thursday -- including its slowest growth in investment in nearly 18 years -- suggesting the world's second-largest economy is finally starting to lose some momentum as borrowing costs rise. | Video

Sep 09 2017

China August producer inflation jumps to four-month high as economy races along

BEIJING China's producer price inflation accelerated more than expected to a four-month high in August, fueled by strong gains in raw materials prices and pointing to strong, sustained growth for both factory profits and the economy.

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