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After placing a 25 percent tariff on U.S. pork and a 15 percent tariff on other goods like fruit and wine earlier this week, China is now threatening to go further. China is looking to expand its scope to exports essential to Central Ohio’s economy, including soybeans, beef and cars.

We have a gas problem... According to AAA, for motorists in Northeast Ohio, the price of gas is currently 7.2 cents more than it was last week. Now, $3.906 per gallon is the going rate for self-serve, regular unleaded gasoline. The prices will undoubtedly affect individual pocketbooks, but what other services will be endangered as the price of transportation continues to raise? We'll talk about that and more, to find out how this gas problem affects Ohioans on more than just an individual level.

U.S. Financial System

Jan 11, 2010

The condition of the U.S. financial system, with The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business finance professor emeritus Stephen Buser.

President Barack Obama’s call for tougher regulations of the financial industry, with The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business finance professor emeritus Stephen Buser.