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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

04 Oct 2017

White tiger, dark horse: North Korean art market heats up

DANDONG, China Seated beneath tall windows and dressed simply in singlets and trousers, North Korean painters are hard at work. The artists staple canvases to frames or copy idyllic landscapes from laptop computers. One wears headphones as he brushes a group of running horses onto his canvas. | Video

19 Sep 2017

アングル:北朝鮮経済に制裁の影響じわり、燃料価格が高騰

[丹東(中国遼寧省) 13日 ロイター] - 国連は北朝鮮の兵器開発を遅らせることに失敗したかもしれない。だが、北朝鮮の経済は、中国による燃料輸出削減など、貿易面での締め付けによる打撃を受けつつある兆候を見せている。 | Video

13 Sep 2017

As North Korea girds for latest sanctions, economy already feels the squeeze

DANDONG, China The United Nations may have failed to slow North Korea's weapons programs, but the country's economy is already showing signs it is feeling the squeeze from the ongoing clampdown on trade, including a curb on fuel sales by China.

13 Sep 2017

As North Korea girds for latest sanctions, economy already feels the squeeze

DANDONG, China The United Nations may have failed to slow North Korea's weapons programmes, but the country's economy is already showing signs it is feeling the squeeze from the ongoing clampdown on trade, including a curb on fuel sales by China. | Video

13 Sep 2017

U.N. ban on North Korean textiles will disrupt industry and ordinary lives, experts say

BEIJING/CHICAGO United Nations sanctions on North Korea's important textiles industry are expected to disrupt a business largely based in China and pose compliance headaches for clothing retailers in the United States and around the world.

13 Sep 2017

U.N. ban on North Korean textiles will disrupt industry and ordinary lives, experts say

BEIJING/CHICAGO United Nations sanctions on North Korea's important textiles industry are expected to disrupt a business largely based in China and pose compliance headaches for clothing retailers in the United States and around the world.

12 Sep 2017

U.N. ban on North Korean textiles will disrupt industry and ordinary lives, experts say

BEIJING United Nations sanctions on North Korea's important textiles industry are expected to disrupt a business largely based in China and pose compliance headaches for clothing retailers around the world.

03 Sep 2017

On Chinese border, North Korea nuclear test shakes ground, but not routines

YANJI, China Residents of the Chinese border city of Yanji felt the jolt from North Korea's sixth and most powerful nuclear test but did not let it get in the way of a Sunday of shopping and dining.

03 Sep 2017

On Chinese border, North Korea nuclear test shakes ground, but not routines

YANJI, China Residents of the Chinese border city of Yanji felt the jolt from North Korea's sixth and most powerful nuclear test but did not let it get in the way of a Sunday of shopping and dining.

03 Sep 2017

On Chinese border, North Korea nuclear test shakes ground, but not routines

YANJI, China Residents of the Chinese border city of Yanji felt the jolt from North Korea's sixth and most powerful nuclear test but did not let it get in the way of a Sunday of shopping and dining.

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