Can Beijing's Air Pollution Get Any Worse?

Feb. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Beijing's notorious air quality has reached hazardous levels for a sixth consecutive day - just one week before the city hosts the National People's Congress. The government admits pollution is the number one cause of popular complaint and the issue may dominate discussions at the meeting. Bloomberg's China correspondent Stephen Engle reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Qatar as a Revolutionary Model for the Middle East
14:48 - Tom Barrack, founder and chairman at Colony Capital, talks about the example Qatar provides for the Middle East, the importance of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, and the problems associated with inequality and a lack of opportunity in the rest of the region. He speaks on "Bloomberg ‹GO›" (Source: Bloomberg)
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