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-Exports Still Rising, But Pace Slows
-Wall Street Tumbles on Weak Corporate Earning Outlook
-China CPI Eases to 4% in October
-China to Launch Tax Reform to Boost Growth in 2009
-Chinese Shares Jump 7.27% on Economy Stimulus Package
-China PPI Falls to 6.6 % in October
-G20 Meeting Ends With Pledges to Tackle Global Financial Meltdown
-Zoellick: China in Good Position to Expand Economy
-OPEC Says Further Oil Output Cut Likely
-G20 Finance Ministers, Central Bank Governors Meet in Sao Paulo
-Obama Wows to Address Economic Crisis After Inauguration
-Premier Wen Holds Telephone Talks With British PM on Financial Crisis
-Agricultural Bank of China Receives 130 Bln Yuan Capital Injection
-Dollar Rose Against Euro, Pound After Rate Cuts in Europe
-Crude Prices Tumble on Recession Concerns
-Wall Street Plunges on Weak Economic Data, Corporate Earnings
-IMF sharply Cuts World Growth Projections, Calling for New Policy Stimulus
-WTO: World Trade Slips to 6% Growth in 2007
-Crude Futures Surge Above $70 on Weak Dollar, Production Cut
-Wall Street Rallies on Election Day
-EU Finance Ministers Agree Plan to Reform Global Financial System
-Chinese President to Attend G20 Summit on Financial Crisis
-Wall Street Ends Little Changed Prior to Election Day
-Wen Sees Worst Year for Growth
-Asia Stocks Surge 10% After Rate Cuts
-European Commission: Euro Aone Economy Headed for Recession
-Chinese Shares Down 2.94% Led by Financial Sector
-Wall Street rallies as Investors Believe Fed to Cut Interest Rates
-Dollar, Yen Rise on economic Worries
-Dow Jumps Nearly 900 as Investors Seek Bargains
-Crude Oil Falls to 17-month Low
-Wall Street Retreats in Final Session
-China Scraps Interest Tax on Stock Account Balance
-Analysts Said the Country Would Embrace the Railway Boom
-Vice Premier Meets Leaders of Slovenia, Laos and Sri Lanka
-Nation 'Can Cope With Downturn'
-Confidence Vital to Weather Crisis
-ASEM Summit Closed Session Focuses on Global Financial Crisis
-Full Text of Statement of the 7th Asia-Europe Meeting on the Int'l Financial Situation
-Hu: China's Sound Growth Major Contribution to Global Ginancial Stability
-Chinese Premier Says Willing to Exchange Views With Japanese PM
-Wall Street Layoffs Could Surge Past 200,000
-OPEC Chief Foresees Oil Output Cut
-Chinese President Calls for Strengthening Sino-EU Relations
-Crude Oil Tumbles to 16-month Low Before OPEC Meeting
-White House Says Asia-Europe Summit 'Critically Important'
-Wall Street Suffers Heavy Sell-off
-China Announces New Policy to Boost Property Sector Amid Economic Slowdown
-Official: Domestic Demand Boosts Economy
-China to Raise Export Tax Rebates for Textile, Garment Products
-China Approves Shareholding Reform of Agricultural Bank, New Infrastructure Plans
-U.S. Fed to Buy Commercial Paper From Mutual Funds
-Chinese President Hu Holds Telephone Talks With Bush
-China Raises Grain Purchasing Prices to Boost Production
-World Leaders Call for New Global Financial Architecture
-China's CPI Rises 4.6% in Sept.
-ILO:Global Financial Crisis Could Cost 20 Mln Jobs
-Bernanke Says More Government Stimulus 'Appropriate'
-GDP Grows 9.9% in First Three Quarters
-More Job Losses in S China Amid Global Financial Crisis
-Bush Looks Forward to Hosting International Financial Summit Soon

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