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Xi's upcoming U.S. trip is vital for bilateral ties
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-Blue Chips, Others to Benefit From Index Futures
-China's CPI to Rise Moderately in 2010: Official
-U.S. Stocks Retreat After Week-long Rally
-China Expects 8% Export Growth in 2010: Minister
-Yuan Hits New High Against US Dollar
-China's New Credit Rules Put Brakes on Banks' Lending Binge
-Labor Shortage Puts Squeeze on Delta
-Caution Urged on Dollar Assets
-China Has 30% of World Forex Reserves
-China Approves Final Rules for Index Futures
-China to Raise Minimum Purchasing Prices for Rice in 2010
-U.S. Fed Increases Rate on Loans to Banks
-RMB Is Not a Cure-all for US Economy: IMF
-Japan Now top U.S. Treasury Holder
-Nearly 70% of China's Exported Machinery, Electronic Products Done by Foreign-funded Firms
-U.S. Companies Find an Oasis of Profit in China
-U.S. to Extend Financial Bailout Program
-China to Further Boost Domestic Consumption
-Bank Lending to Be Cut Back Next Year
-China to Continue Fiscal and Monetary Policies
-China's 8 Pct Economic Growth Goal Achievable
-China Opens Key Economic Policy Meeting
-China Approves Coal Firm's Bid for Australian Felix
-Chinese Minister: Stability of Yuan Good for World Recovery
-China Lifts Import Ban on U.S., Canada, Mexico Pork
-WTO Opens First Ministerial Conference in Four Years
-China Keen on Low-carbon Economy
-China Rejects Call for WTO Panel on Export Limits
-Wen: China Disagrees to So-called G2
-China to Send Trade, Investment Delegation to Europe
-Hu Makes Proposal on Economic Growth
-China, Malaysia sign cooperation agreements
-China: U.S. Move on Imported Chinese-made Fastener 'Rational'
-China Hopes U.S. Keeps Deficit to Appropriate Size
-Symposium Held to Promote Mainland-Taiwan Cooperation
-China Suffers Most From Trade Protectionism
-G20 Reluctant to Remove Stimulus
-Japan's Central Bank to Remain Low Interest Rates
-Opel Workers Strike Against GM
-Gold Heads for 1,100 Dollars
-China's Economic Policy to Focus on Steady Growth
-US Seeks WTO Ruling on China Materials
-Buffett Buys out Burlington Rail
-Former Madoff Accountant Pleads Guilty to Fraud
-China, New Zealand Sign Labor Market Agreement
-China's Economic Growth to Exceed 10% in Q4
-Overseas Trade Fair Opens for Business
-China EU Exchange Views on Climate Change
-Fourth Biggest Bank in California Taken Over by Regulators
-China Imposes Anti-Dumping Duties on Imported Adipic Acid
-Made-in-China Light Rail Train Taps Into European Market
-China's Nasdaq-style Board Starts Trading
-Sinopec Q3 Net Doubles
-Chinese Vice Premier Arrives in Australia for Official Visit
-China, U.S. Seek Closer Trade Relations
-China's Geely Confirmed to Bid for Volvo Cars
-China's Sovereign Wealth Fund Getting Decent Returns
-China, U.S. Start Annual Trade Talks
-U.S. Stocks Slide Amid Economic Worries
-U.S. Sets Preliminary Duties on China Steel Products
-84 Countries and Regions Converge on Beijing for Int'l Fiscal Summit
-China's Quarterly Economic Growth Picks up Speed
-Aussies Welcome Chinese Investment
-Wen's Attendance at ASEAN-related Meetings of Great Significance
-East Asia, ASEAN Cooperate for Common Good
-Ministers of China, Japan, ROK Oppose Protectionism
-Mainland Proposes Taiwan Economic Cooperation Talks
-China Hopes to Normalize Poultry Trade With U.S.
-Optimism Growing in 3rd Quarter
-President Hu Upbeat on Climate Deal
-Wen Calls for Sino-U.S. Cooperation on Clean Energy
-$120b Fund for ASEAN Set to Commence
-China's Recovery Trend 'Consolidated'
-Dollar Falls Against Most Major Currencies
-China's Automotive Output Hits 10 Mln Mark
-New York Times Will Cut 100 Newsroom Jobs
-U.S. Announces New Aid to Home Market
-U.S. Federal Deficit Hits Record High of $1.4 Trln
-China's Nasdaq-style GEM to Start Trading Oct. 30
-Chinese Economy Expected to Grow 9% in Q3

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