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Middle East
3:42 am
Mon April 23, 2012

In Bahrain, Protesters Kept Away From Grand Prix

Originally published on Mon April 23, 2012 6:27 am

Sebastian Vettel won the Bahrain Grand Prix over the weekend, but in a larger sense the winners were the race organizers. They managed to hold the race which was canceled last year by political unrest, which was part of the uprisings of the Arab Spring. Bill Law, of the British Broadcasting Corporation, talks to Steve Inskeep about the weekend's events in Bahrain.

Business
3:42 am
Mon April 23, 2012

Nestle To Buy Pfizer's Infant-Nutrition Line

Originally published on Mon April 23, 2012 6:09 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

NPR's business news starts with an acquisition for Nestle.

(SOUNDBITE OF MUSIC)

Business
3:42 am
Mon April 23, 2012

Continued Job Growth Will Help Housing Industry

Originally published on Mon April 23, 2012 5:36 am

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Later this week, we get some key data to help judge the state of the nation's housing market. There are some early signs of recovery, but home prices are still falling in many areas, as NPR's Chris Arnold reports.

CHRIS ARNOLD, BYLINE: Tomorrow, we'll get the latest word on home prices from what's called the S&P Case-Shiller index. That keeps showing price declines in many areas. Though those price drops have been leveling off, so things definitely aren't as bad as they were.

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Europe
3:42 am
Mon April 23, 2012

State-Owned German Banks Suffer After Risky Investments

Originally published on Mon April 23, 2012 6:19 am

Unlike the United States, Germany never had a housing bubble. Its mortgage market is too tightly regulated. But some German banks did lose a lot of money in the financial crisis, and they're still paying a big price for it.

Business
3:42 am
Mon April 23, 2012

N.C. Company Handcrafts Artisan Jeans In Raleigh

Originally published on Mon April 23, 2012 8:50 am

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Back a half-century ago, much of North Carolina's work force, 40 percent, got a paycheck from the textile industry. These days, it's less than 2 percent, with many of those lost jobs going overseas.

But one company - Raleigh Denim - has found a way to thrive in North Carolina, by making blue jeans the old-fashioned way. Here's Laurin Penland with the story.

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