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-China's Urban Fixed Asset Investment Up 26.5% in 1st 2 Months
-China February Exports, Imports Figures Plunge
-EU, U.S. at Odds Ahead of London G20 Summit
-U.S. Stock Surge on Bank Rally
-China Expects 'Positive' Results From G20 London Summit
-China Ready to Work With Others at G20
-Advisor: Financial Crisis Not to Affect Success of 2010 Shanghai Expo
-Hu: Crisis Also Means Opportunity
-Chinese Leaders Stress People's Strength to Tackle Economic Woes
-Advisor: No Need for New Stimulus Plan in China
-No New Rush of Jobless Migrant Workers Heading Rural Homes
-Japanese Media Laud China's Drive for 8% Economic Growth
-China's Diplomacy Serves Economy: FM
-Central Government Supports Hong Kong, Macao to Fight Financial Crisis
-China, Japan, ROK Shall Enhance Co-op Amid Global Financial Crisis
-U.S. Stocks Tumble on GM Fate, Financial Woes
-Key Democrats Oppose Obama's Tax Deduction Plan
-US Unveils Plan to Help 9 Million Stay in Homes
-Official: Spend More to Boost Economy
-Premier: China 'Able to Achieve' About 8% Growth
-Crisis 'Can Bring China, US Closer
-Highlights of Premier Wen's Gov't Work Report
-Key Figures in Gov't Work Report by Chinese Premier
-Chinese Shares Jump 6.12%
-Chinese Firms Seek to Invest in Europe
-Profits of China's SOEs Down 30%
-Wall Street Plummets to Multi-year Low Amid Global Sell-off
-U.S. President Obama Calls for Tougher Financial Regulations
-China Announces Stimulus Plans for Nonferrous Metals, Logistics
-Hu: Hardships and Opportunities Amid Global Financial Crisis
-Wall Street Plunges on Dim Economic Outlook
-China's Central Bank Warns of Deflation Risk
-China Shares Gain on Stimulus Hopes
-EU Leaders Stress Need for Tougher Financial Supervision
-Obama Plans to Halve Federal Budget Deficit by 2013
-White House Rejects Rumors of Bank Nationalization
-Dow at Lowest Close in Over 6 Years
-China to Support Light Industry, Petrochemical Sector
-All-out Efforts Urged to Secure Jobs
-Chinese Shares Sink 4.7% on Investors' Economic Concerns
-China Approves Support Plan for Electronics and Information Industry
-Obama Unveils Mortgage Relief Plan to Tackle Foreclosure Crisis
-Indonesian FM, U.S. Secretary of State Begin Talks
-Profit-taking Leads Chinese Shares Down 3%
-London Shares Drop Close to 2.5%
-U.S. Stocks Tumble to 3-month Low
-EU Report Predicts Loss of 3.5 Mln Jobs in 2009
-Obama Signs Sweeping Economic Stimulus Bill Into Law
-Chinese Premier Visits Industrial Hub
-EU Urges to Avoid Protectionism
-'Buy American' Meets Formidable Challenge
-Major Advanced Economies Slide Further
-G7 Rejects Protectionism, Rrges Measures to Back Growth
-China Focus: Who's Next to Swap Currency With China?
-GM's Fall Could Help Speed Up Restructure
-G7 Ministers Vow to Keep Global Economy on Track
-US Stimulus Plan May Create Trade Barriers
-Chinese Shares Jump More Than 3% Friday
-U.S. Senate, House Reach Agreement on Stimulus Package
-Eurozone Finance Ministers Push for Deal on Banks' Toxic Assets
-U.S. Stocks Sink as Investors Crave for Details on Bad Assets Plan
-U.S. Senate Approves Massive Stimulus Package
-China's CPI Up 1.0 Pct in January
-Geithner Postpones Unveiling Financial Bailout Plan to Tuesday
-U.S. Senate Decides to Put Stimulus Bill to Final Vote
-Obama Urged for More Co-op with China on Climate Change
-France Hopes to Ease Strains in Relations with China
-China Not to Practice 'Buy China': Official
-China Telecom to Buy 20m 3G Phones for Service Launch
-U.S. Sets "New Tone" in Foreign Policy
-EurAsEC to Set up 10-billion-dollar Anti-crisis Fund
-World Financial Crisis Dim China's Energy Industry
-McDonald's Cuts China Crices by 33%
-Intel Says to Shift 2,000 Jobs out of Shanghai
-U.S. Senate Retains 'Buy American' Provision in Stimulus Plan
-GM: China Sells 790,000 Vehicles in January
-Founder of Lenovo Resumes Chairmanship After Losses
-Obama Caps Executive Pay in Bailouts
-China Raises Garment, Textile Export Tax Rebate Rate to 15%
-Paulson: I'm Wrongly Portrayed as Claiming China is to Blame for Global crisis

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