Residents of cities like Mumbai, pictured, are being squeezed by the high living costs, which is bringing about changes to the traditional family roles, said Jagdish Sheth, Charles H. Kellstadt marketing professor at Emory University. 


Ex-Im Backs $300 Million Gulfstream Order in China

by Trevor Williams | February 25, 2014 Savannah-based Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.’s already rapid ascent in China just received another lift, as the Export-Import Bank of the United States backed a Chinese leasing company's order of eight business jets.  More

Personal Ornamentation Points to Deeper Beauty in India

by Diamond Johnson, with Trevor Williams | February 21, 2014 While Americans wear jewelry mostly to make fashion statements, Indian women adorn themselves to reveal deeper truths about their culture and family relationships, a religion professor said at Emory University’s annual India Summit.  More

Three Years Later: Stories From Japan's Nuclear Meltdown Shared at Kennesaw

by Trevor Williams | April 4, 2014 On Friday, March 11, 2011, Chuck Casto got a call while pumping gas in Marietta.  More

Korea SEUS Chamber Upbeat at Kia Dinner

by Phil Bolton | March 4, 2014 A rejuvenated Korea Southeast U.S. Chamber of Commerce met at the Kia Georgia Training Center in West Point the evening of Feb. 27 with a new slate of officers and an ambitious schedule of events for the remainder of the year. More

Former Ambassador's Book Tracks U.S. Ties With Mongolia

by Trevor Williams | July 25, 2013 Though he's no longer in the thick of the relationship, former U.S. Ambassador Jonathan Addleton has literally written the book on diplomatic ties between the U.S. and Mongolia since 1987.  More