Rob Schmitz

Marketplace

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China correspondent for Marketplace, based in Shanghai; former Los Angeles Bureau Chief for KQED’s California Report and contributor to KQED’s Climate Watch

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Jerry Brown probably could've picked a better time to head across the Pacific for  meetings in China , given the roiling political showdown underway on the Korean peninsula.

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