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Special> NPC & CPPCC Sessions 2009> Latest

-Premier Says China's Policy on Tibet Right
-Premier Wen: China's Stimulus Package Plan Not Fully Understood
-Talks May Continue if Dalai Lama Sincere: Premier
-Wen to Meet DPRK Premier on Bilateral, Int'l Issues
-China's Fiscal Deficit Under Control: Premier
-Chinese Premier Says Would 'Crawl to Taiwan' Even if He Could not Walk
-Chinese Premier Says Hard to Achieve 8% Growth
-Premier: China Ready to Roll Out New Stimulus Package if Needed
-Premier Wen Worries About Safety of Chinese Assets in U.S.
-Premier Wen: Increasing Contribution to IMF Not Matter of a Single Country
-Premier Wen Rejects Pressure on Yuan's Devaluation or Appreciation
-Premier: 1.18 Trln Yuan From Central Gov't is Totally N ew Investment
-China's Top Legislature Ends Annual Session
-Overseas Chinese Praise China's Economic Measures
-China's Top Legislature Ends Annual Session
-China's Top Political Advisory Body Concludes Annual Session
-Liu Xiang Anxious About CPPCC Debut
-World Media Hail China's Work to Improve People's Livelihood
-'Media Must Be Objective About Tibet'
-Top Political Advisory Body Vows to Help Develop Economy
-Chinese Political Advisor Proposes Internet Law
-Hu Calls for 'Mighty' Support From Armed Forces
-CPPCC to Conclude Annual Session
-Chinese Premier Calls for Further Reforms, Opening up to Tackle Crisis
-China Reiterates Opposition to Trade Protectionism
-China Strives to Weed out Judicial Corruption
-Highlights of Work Report on China's Supreme People's Procuratorate
-Highlights of Work Report on China's Supreme People's Court
-China's Top Judge Delivers Report on Work of Supreme People's Court
-Minister: China's Employment Situation 'Grave', Counter Measures Take 'Initial Effects'
-China Expects Robust Growth in Consumption
-China CPI Falls to Minus 1.6% in Feb., 1st Negative Growth in 6 Yrs
-China's 'NASDAQ' Likely This Year
-Room for Further Rate Cuts Exists: PBOC
-China Urged to Reform Mineral Resource Management System
-Top Legislator: China Will Never Copy Western Political System
-China's Hu Calls for Stability in Tibet
-China to Improve Supervision Over Stimulus Plan
-China to Take 'Decisive Steps' in Building Socialistic Legal System
-Top Legislator Stresses Differences Between Chinese, Western Political Systems
-China's Top Legislator Delivers NPC Standing Committee Work Report
-Highlights of NPC Standing Committee Chairman Wu Bangguo's Work Report
-Schools to be Rebuilt Before Year-end
-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
-China's Diplomacy Serves Economy: FM
-Central Government Supports Hong Kong, Macao to Fight Financial Crisis
-BRIC Cooperation Beneficial to Regional, World Peace
-China Pledges Stronger Ties, Further Energy Cooperation With Russia
-Dalai by No Means a Religious Figure, But a Political One
-China's Diplomacy Sees 'Enormous Challenges,' 'Good Harvest' in 2008
-China Expects 'Positive' Results From G20 London Summit
-China Ready to Work With Others at G20
-Chinese FM Confident Over Sino-French Relations, Urges 'Positive' Steps From France
-China Pposes Auction of Looted Chinese Cultural Relics
-China Calls for Concerted Efforts to Advance Six-party Talks
-China Follows Development of DPRK's Test Fire of Communication Satellite
-China, Japan, ROK Shall Enhance Co-op Amid Global Financial Crisis
-Chinese FM Says Tianwaitian Gas Field Unrelated to East China Sea Deal
-China Still Investigating Into Tainted Dumplings Case
-Chinese FM Calls for International Cooperation to Address Climate Change
-Chinese President to Discuss Sino-U.S. Relations With Obama in London
-Chinese FM Urges Positive Contribution to Darfur Solution
-China Ready to Cooperate With Obama Administration to Improve Relations
-Chinese FM Meets Journalists
-China to Expand Enterprise Bond Issuance to Fund Stimulus Projects
-China Has Multiple Plans in Case of Worse Financial Crisis Impact
-No Currency Swap Exercised Yet Between HK, Mainland for Liquidity Shortage
-China Central Bank Intensifies Fight Against Counterfeit Money
-Cross-Strait Financial Cooperation to Be Deepened
-Policy for Settlement of HK-mainland Trade in Yuan Coming Coon
-China's Monetary Policy Takes Effect
-China's Real Economy Major Victim of Financial Crisis
-Premier Wen delivers gov't work report
-China Admits Corruption Still Serious Problem in Some Areas
-China Pledges More Proactive Employment Policy
-China Vows to Address Public Complaints to Maintain Social Stability

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