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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.

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29 Oct 2013

Czech central banker: Cautious on FX intervention because of exit uncertainty

PRAGUE Czech central bank board member Kamil Janacek says he is "very cautious" about using currency interventions to further ease monetary conditions because he is not certain how to get out of it once it's started.

26 Oct 2013

Czech centre-left ekes out slim poll victory, tough coalition talks loom

PRAGUE Czech Social Democrats won a slim victory in a parliamentary election on Saturday but faced a tough task forming a government after a wave of voter anger over sleaze and budget cuts propelled new protest parties into parliament.

26 Oct 2013

Czech center-left ekes out slim poll victory, tough coalition talks loom

PRAGUE Czech Social Democrats won a slim victory in a parliamentary election on Saturday but faced a tough task forming a government after a wave of voter anger over sleaze and budget cuts propelled new protest parties into parliament.

20 Aug 2013

Czech Communists may get share of power after snap election

PRAGUE The Czech parliament voted on Tuesday to dissolve itself, triggering an early election that could hand the Communist Party a share in power for the first time since a bloodless revolution ended the party's totalitarian rule two decades ago.

20 Aug 2013

Czech Communists may get share of power after snap election

PRAGUE The Czech parliament voted on Tuesday to dissolve itself, triggering an early election that could hand the Communist Party a share in power for the first time since a bloodless revolution ended the party's totalitarian rule two decades ago.

19 Aug 2013

Czech firm hits right tune with vinyl records in fashion

PRAGUE When vinyl record sales hit bottom in the late 1980s, managers at Czech record producer GZ Media in a small town near Prague were wondering what to do with their idle record pressing machines.

19 Aug 2013

Czech firm hits right tune with vinyl records in fashion

PRAGUE When vinyl record sales hit bottom in the late 1980s, managers at Czech record producer GZ Media in a small town near Prague were wondering what to do with their idle record pressing machines.

19 Aug 2013

Czech firm hits right tune with vinyl records in fashion

PRAGUE, Aug 19 When vinyl record sales hit bottom in the late 1980s, managers at Czech record producer GZ Media in a small town near Prague were wondering what to do with their idle record pressing machines.

10 Jul 2013

Czech president swears in cabinet in showdown with parliament

PRAGUE Czech President Milos Zeman swore in a cabinet led by a longtime ally on Wednesday but it faces almost certain rejection by parties in parliament, raising the specter of prolonged political uncertainty in the central European nation.

10 Jul 2013

Czech president swears in cabinet in showdown with parliament

PRAGUE Czech President Milos Zeman swore in a cabinet led by a longtime ally on Wednesday but it faces almost certain rejection by parties in parliament, raising the spectre of prolonged political uncertainty in the central European nation.

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