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-White House:No Immediate Announcement on Auto Bailout
-U.S. Auto Loan Package Dies in Senate
-2 Volkswagen Plants to Partly Suspend Production in China
-PM Seals Historic Trilateral Deal
-China to focus Investment on Five Major Sectors in 2009
-Chinese President Calls for Maintaining Stable Economic Growth
-China Seeks to Stabilize Capital Market
-Premier Wen: China Can Keep Steady Economic Growth
-Chinese Premier Arrives in Japan for Tripartite Meeting
-Bank of America to Cut Up to 35,000 Jobs
-China, Japan, S.Korea to Tackle Financial Crisis
-China Strives for Economic Soft Landing Next Year
-Nov Inflation Falls to 2.4%, at 22-month Low
-ADB Lowers Forecast for China '09 GDP
-China economic tone-setting conference ends
-China's Monthly Exports Drop First Time in 7 Years
-'Big 3' Look for Chinese Medicine
-Aircraft Buying Grounded Amid Financial Woes
-Sony to Cut 8,000 Jobs Amid Economic Downturn
-China's Top Economic Planners Explain Economic Stimulus Measures
-Overseas-educated Chinese Return Home in Search of Jobs
-House Price Growth Drops to Record Low
-US Media Giant Tribune Files for Bankruptcy
-U.S. Congress Sends White House Auto Bailout Plan
-China Opens Top Economic Work Meeting
-Meeting to Set Tone for Economic Policy in '09
-Dollar Rises Ahead of Expected European Rate Cuts
-Crude Oil Tumbles to Nearly 4-year Low Below $44
-China, U.S. Starts SED amid Financial Crisis
-China Investment Corp Halts Massive Overseas Investment
-China to Raise Grain Reserves to Protect Farmers' Income
-China Vows Strictest Land Protection
-Hard Times for Tourism Industry
-Poll: 74 Pct Consumers Worried about Fuel Tax
-Think Tank: China's Economy to Grow Over 9 Pct in 2009
-NDRC Lifts Freeze on Product Prices
-Yearender: Global Financial Crisis Takes Toll on UAE
-News Analysis: End of Era on Wall Street
-Hu: China's Economic Development Faces Challenges
-Wal-Mart Clerk in New York Dies in Rush
-New York Stores Lure Shoppers With Black Friday Deals
-US Unveils US$800 Bln Plan to Ease Credit
-EU Proposes $260 Billion Stimulus
-China Central Bank Cut Interest Rates
-China May Raise People's Income
-Premier Wen Seeks Advice From Economists
-Obama Unveils Economic Crisis Team
-U.S. Unveils $800 Bln Programs to Ease Credit
-Wall Street Rallies After U.S. Gov't Rescues Citigroup
-U.S. Government Agrees to Rescue Citigroup
-Tax Cut to Attract More Homebuyers
-APEC Declaration to Boost Economic Integration
-China, Russia Pledge to Strengthen Strategic Coordination
-Premier Wen Urges Firms to Keep Confidence Amid Turmoil
-President Hu Puts Forward Proposals at APEC Meeting
-China Studying Fuel Tax Reform
-APEC: Joint Efforts to Overcome Financial Crisis
-China's Employment in 'Grim Situation'
-S&P 500 Index Plunges to 11-Year-Low on Economic Woes
-Crude Oil Settles Below 50 Dollars
-Dollar Remains in Upper 95 Yen Level in Morning Session
-Global Car Giants Bet Heavily on China
-U.S. Major Indexes Plunge to Five Year Iow on Deep Recession Concerns
-EU Nations Pile up State Aid to Tide Over Financial Crisis
-Crude Oil Continues to Fall on Economic Concerns
-Dollar Higher Against Most Major Currencies
-U.S. Treasury Secretary Reluctant to Aid Automakers
-APEC official: China, India's Growth Crucial to Global Economy Amid Financial Crisis
-World Leaders Vow to Undertake Coordinated Action to Tackle Financial Crisis
-Hu Calls for Concerted Efforts to Tide Over Financial Crisis
-China's Urban Fixed Assets Investment Up 27.2% in First Ten Months
-Wall Street Stage Huge Rebound; Dow Jumps 553 Points
-China Planner Offers Details on 4 Trln Yuan Stimulus Package
-Wall Street Rallies After Three-day Plunge
-Bush Sets Tone for G-20 Summit
-New Measures Unveiled to Spur Growth
-Piling Bad News Send Wall Street Down Sharply Again
-Dollar Rises as U.S. Gov't not Buying Bank Assets
-Crude Oil Down 5% on Gloomy Demand Forecast
-Railway, Road Projects to Get Additional $8.79b in Q4

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