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August 8, 2010 12:00 AM

Chinese investments in an Idaho gold mine just one way the state hopes to revive its economy

Can a charismatic Chinese businessman, the entrepreneurial son of Russian immigrants and a North End couple who own a ghost town help revive Idaho's economy? Butch Otter is counting on it.

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