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Special> Global Financial Crisis> Latest

-Motorola Posts Quarterly Loss of $3.6 Bln
-Ford U.S. Sales Plunge 40%
-IMF: China's 8% Growth This Year Challenging But Possible
-China's Vice Premier Stresses Outsourcing Industry Development
-China Launches New $19 bln Stimulus Plan
-China Reports $16.21B in Fiscal Deficit in 2008
-China Stock Market Starts Year on High
-20 Million Jobless Migrant Workers Return Home
-China, Britain Issue Joint Statement
-Wen Says China Confident of Weathering Financial Crisis
-Wen: Cooperation Top Priority to Tackle Financial Crisis
-Chinese Premier Arrives in Britain for Official Visit
-British PM: Britain-China Ties Never Been Better
-Creating a Brighter Future for Sino-EU Relations
-China, EU Pledge Closer Cooperation in Tackling Financial Crisis
-China, Spain Agree to Boost Economic, Cultural Links
-China Customs: Imports, Exports in Bonded Zones Up 17%
-Airbus to Set up Joint Venture for A350 in NE China
-Britain in Recession, Data Confirms
-Tokyo Stocks Plummet Nearly 4 Percent
-S Korean Economy Predicted to Contract 2.5% This Year
-Chinese President Hu Calls for Nationwide Efforts to Maintain Economic Stability
-China's Economy Grows 9 Pct in 2008
-China Passes 850 Bln Yuan Medical Reform Plan
-Microsoft to Cut 5.5% of Work Force
-Ericsson to Cut 5,000 Jobs After Profit Fall
-German Economy May Face Biggest Contraction Since World War II
-UK Bank Shares Plummet Despite New Gov't Bailout
-Britain Announces Bank Rescue Package of Over $400 bln
-2009 GDP Growth to Hit 8.3%: Think Tank
-State-owned Power Enterprises Get Financial Help
-Nearly 1,000 Toy Exporters Shut Down in S China in 2008
-EU Moves to Rescue Carmakers
-UN Report: World Economy Entering Into Recession
-ECB Cuts Interest Rate to Counter Recession
-China Not to Blame for Crisis: Experts
-Premier Wen: Global Financial Crisis a National Test
-Canada's Nortel Files for Bankruptcy Protection
-Bernanke Urges Strong Measures for Lasting Economic Recovery
-Official: Chinese Capital Market Remains Optimistic
-Sino-US Trade Falls in Second Half of 2008
-Crude Futures Tumble
-China's Economy to Rebound in 2010, Chief Economist
-Premier Wen Calls for Enhanced Confidence
-Li Ka-shing Sells BOC Shares
-Lenovo Announces 11 Percent Job Cuts
-Slowdown Forecast for Tourism Industry
-U.S. Stocks Slide on Unemployment Data, Corporate Profit
-S Korean Banks See Biggest Credit Risk in 10 Years
-U.S. Stocks Up on Fed Minutes
-U.S. 2009 Budget Deficit to Reach $1.2 Trillion
-Chinese Share Prices Up More Than 3 Percent
-Crude Prices Rise as Middle East Tension Continues
-Britain's House Prices slide to 2004 Levels
-U.S. Stocks Rally in First Day of 2009
-Gold Declines on Profit-taking as Dollar Firms
-Lower-priced Homes in LA Experience Steepest Declines
-Crude Prices Retreat as U.S. Energy Demand Shrinks
-UK House Price Continues to Fall in November
-EU Approves Germany's Economy Crisis Measures
-Madoff Investor Kills Self After Losing Money
-Existing Home Sales, Prices Drop at Record Pace
-World Economies Limp Toward Christmas
-Global Crisis May Leave 25 Million Out of Work
-American Express to Receive $3.39 Bln From U.S. Gov't
-Dollar Mixed Against Major Currencies
-U.S. Stocks Fall Amid Economic Worries
-Chinese Shares Fall to Three-week Low
-Crude Oil tumbles Nearly 6% on Economic Woes
-U.S. Stocks Fall Amid Disappointing Corporate Earnings
-China Cuts Rates 0.27 Point, 5th Reduction in 3 Months
-Wen: Maintaining Economic Stability a Prime Job
-Details of Real-estate Stimulus Package Unveiled
-Bush May Allow 'Orderly' Auto Bankruptcy
-Dismal Economy Sinks Oil Below $37
-Oil Tumbles Below $40 as Gloom Persists
-China Unveils New Property Stimulus Package
-China Increases US Treasury Holdings
-U.S. Fed Cuts Key Interest Rate to Record Low
-Wen Discusses Financial Crisis With Zoellick

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