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-US President to Meet Chinese FM: White House
-EU, U.S. at Odds Ahead of London G20 Summit
-Obama Plans to Halve Federal Budget Deficit by 2013
-China Approves Support Plan for Electronics and Information Industry
-Obama Unveils Mortgage Relief Plan to Tackle Foreclosure Crisis
-Chinese Premier Visits Industrial Hub
-G7 Rejects Protectionism, Rrges Measures to Back Growth
-G7 Ministers Vow to Keep Global Economy on Track
-EurAsEC to Set up 10-billion-dollar Anti-crisis Fund
-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
-Chinese President Hu Calls for Nationwide Efforts to Maintain Economic Stability
-China Passes 850 Bln Yuan Medical Reform Plan
-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
-EU Moves to Rescue Carmakers
-ECB Cuts Interest Rate to Counter Recession
-Premier Wen: Global Financial Crisis a National Test
-Premier Wen Calls for Enhanced Confidence
-EU Approves Germany's Economy Crisis Measures
-Wen: Maintaining Economic Stability a Prime Job
-China Cuts Rates 0.27 Point, 5th Reduction in 3 Months
-Details of Real-estate Stimulus Package Unveiled
-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
-China, Japan, S.Korea to Tackle Financial Crisis
-China Strives for Economic Soft Landing Next Year
-China economic tone-setting conference ends
-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
-NDRC Lifts Freeze on Product Prices
-Hu: China's Economic Development Faces Challenges
-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
-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
-APEC: Joint Efforts to Overcome Financial Crisis
-China Studying Fuel Tax Reform
-China's Urban Fixed Assets Investment Up 27.2% in First Ten Months
-China Planner Offers Details on 4 Trln Yuan Stimulus Package
-Bush Sets Tone for G-20 Summit
-New Measures Unveiled to Spur Growth
-Railway, Road Projects to Get Additional $8.79b in Q4
-China to Launch Tax Reform to Boost Growth in 2009
-G20 Meeting Ends With Pledges to Tackle Global Financial Meltdown
-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
-EU Finance Ministers Agree Plan to Reform Global Financial System
-Chinese President to Attend G20 Summit on Financial Crisis
-NPRC: China Aims to Stimulate Domestic Consumption
-Joint SCO Efforts Urged to Beat Financial Woes
-China Cuts Benchmark Interest Rates by 0.27 Percentage Points
-Federal Reserve Cut Rates by Half-point
-Vice Premier Says China to Expand Domestic Demand
-Nation 'Can Cope With Downturn'
-China Scraps Interest Tax on Stock Account Balance
-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

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