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Special> Global Financial Crisis> Impacts

-Google Dumps 200 Jobs in Company's Kargest Layoffs
-Gold Falls for Second Session as Economy Sentiment Eases
-China, Germany Sign Procurement Deals
-Lenovo to Cut 450 International Employees
-Dow at Lowest Close in Over 6 Years
-London Shares Drop Close to 2.5%
-U.S. Stocks Tumble to 3-month Low
-EU Report Predicts Loss of 3.5 Mln Jobs in 2009
-EU Urges to Avoid Protectionism
-Major Advanced Economies Slide Further
-Intel Says to Shift 2,000 Jobs out of Shanghai
-Founder of Lenovo Resumes Chairmanship After Losses
-Britain in Recession, Data Confirms
-S Korean Economy Predicted to Contract 2.5% This Year
-Chinese President Hu Calls for Nationwide Efforts to Maintain Economic Stability
-China Passes 850 Bln Yuan Medical Reform Plan
-Ericsson to Cut 5,000 Jobs After Profit Fall
-The German economy may contract by as much as 2.25 percent this year
-UN Report: World Economy Entering Into Recession
-Sino-US Trade Falls in Second Half of 2008
-Li Ka-shing Sells BOC Shares
-Lenovo Announces 11 Percent Job Cuts
-Slowdown Forecast for Tourism Industry
-Madoff Investor Kills Self After Losing Money
-Chinese Shares Fall to Three-week Low
-Details of Real-estate Stimulus Package Unveiled
-White House:No Immediate Announcement on Auto Bailout
-U.S. Auto Loan Package Dies in Senate
-Nov Inflation Falls to 2.4%, at 22-month Low
-ADB Lowers Forecast for China '09 GDP
-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
-Overseas-educated Chinese Return Home in Search of Jobs
-Poll: 74 Pct Consumers Worried about Fuel Tax
-Think Tank: China's Economy to Grow Over 9 Pct in 2009
-Yearender: Global Financial Crisis Takes Toll on UAE
-Hu: China's Economic Development Faces Challenges
-Top Planner: Pressure on Economy Increasing
-China's Employment in 'Grim Situation'
-Global Car Giants Bet Heavily on China
-Piling Bad News Send Wall Street Down Sharply Again
-Exports Still Rising, But Pace Slows
-Wall Street Tumbles on Weak Corporate Earning Outlook
-China CPI Eases to 4% in October
-Chinese Shares Jump 7.27% on Economy Stimulus Package
-China PPI Falls to 6.6 % in October
-IMF sharply Cuts World Growth Projections, Calling for New Policy Stimulus
-WTO: World Trade Slips to 6% Growth in 2007
-European Commission: Euro Aone Economy Headed for Recession
-China's GDP to Slow to 9.4 Pct in 2008: Report
-China 2008 GDP Seen Up 9.8%
-Asia Stocks Surge 10% After Rate Cuts
-The Rich Become a Little Poorer Amid Economic Downturn
-Chinese Shares Down 2.94% Led by Financial Sector
-Civil Services Draw 1 Million Candidates
-Wall Street Layoffs Could Surge Past 200,000
-Chinese President Calls for Strengthening Sino-EU Relations
-ILO:Global Financial Crisis Could Cost 20 Mln Jobs
-More Job Losses in S China Amid Global Financial Crisis
-Wall Street Sees Record One-day-surge After Deep Losses
-Fresh Graduates Face Gloomy Job Market
-Recession Fears Return to the Fore
-China Economy to Remain Strong Amid Global Financial Turmoil
-Wall Street Falls After Record Surge
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