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-China to Spend $3 Bln on Subsidies for Farmer Health Care
-Chinese Equities Gain 0.35% to 8-month High
-U.S. Says No Major Trading Partner Manipulating Exchange Rate
-China Aims to Create 1.5 Mln Jobs
-China Builds World's Longest Water Diversion Tunnel
-China Opens Biannual Large Trade Fair
-Auto-industry Expert Sees Bankruptcy for GM, Chrysler More Likely
-Russia Approves China Oil Pipeline Plan
-Obama Lifts Restrictions on Travel, Money Transfers to Cuba
-Chinese Shares Rise 2.84% on Recovery Hopes
-China Rolls out Assistance Blueprint for ASEAN
-Northeast Asia Forum Urges Closer Cooperation to Tackle Crisis
-Premier: Chinese Economy Shows Signs of Positive Changes
-China, ASEAN to Conclude FTA Negotiation
-Banks, Insurers Told to Cut Executives Pay
-Yuan Trade Settlement to Start in Five Cities
-Team Set for French Purchase Mission
-China, Venezuela Vow to Step up Cooperation
-World Bank Forecasts China Recovery This Year
-CEO Exit 'Has No Impact' on China Business
-Geithner: China's Policy Contributes to Stabilizing Int'l Financial System
-Emerging Economies Call for Bigger Say at G20
-China to Launch Growth Enterprise Board on May 1
-US Praises China's Efforts on Climate
-'Reform International Monetary System Faster'
-Migrants' Job Situation in Cities Better Than Expected
-China's Outstanding NPLs, Ratio Both Drop in Feb
-G8 Social Summit to Focus on Unemployment Issues
-Google Dumps 200 Jobs in Company's Kargest Layoffs
-Reduce Savings Ratio
-China Economy Has Bottomed: Central Bank Adviser
-Govt's Stimulus Steps Prove Effective
-Top Banker Proposes Setting New Global Reserve Currency
-Reform International Monetary System
-IMF Approves Major Overhaul of Lending
-China Signs Currency Swap Agreement With Indonesia
-China Eyes SDR as Global Currency
-China Eyes Eastern Metropolis for Economic Boost
-Former British PM Cautions against Trade Protectionism
-China to Raise Tax Rebates on Textile, Metal Exports
-Domestic Airlines Warned of Gloomy Outlook
-China Raises Gasoline, Diesel Prices
-U.S. Economy to Start Expanding by End of 2010: Economist
-Obama Sees signs of Progress Toward Recovery
-Sichuan Issues 20 Mln Tourism Cards for Promotion
-UK 'Fully Supports' China's Role in IMF
-China Raises Gasoline, Diesel Prices
-Positive Results Expected from Hu-Obama Meeting
-China's Investment Policy Not Changed: Official
-IMF: China's Stimulus Plan a Huge Contribution to the World
-AIG Gives out More Bonuses Than Previously Reported: Reports
-Premier Wen Urges Upgrading, Innovation
-IMF: China's Stimulus Plan a Huge Contribution to the World
-Mainland's Trade With Taiwan, HK Recovering
-Stephen Roach: World Moving Into Decond Vave of Financial Crisis
-AIG Employees Asked to Return Bonuses
-Oil Tumbles on Bigger-than-expected Inventory Build
-Oil Prices Rise Above $49
-Gold Falls for Second Session as Economy Sentiment Eases
-U.S. Newspapers Struggling for Survival
-Obama Defends New Budget as Economic Blueprint for Future
-U.S. Lawmakers Move to Strip AIG Executives of Bonuses
-Obama Administration Unveils Plan to Unlock Credit for Small Businesses
-BOC: Lending Is Determined by Market
-FDI Drops 15%, Declines Forecast for Next Few Months
-China to Purchase 350km/h High-speed Trains for 39.2b Yuan
-China Details Auto Stimulus Plan for Rural Residents
-G20 Meeting Closes in Britain
-World Media Say Two Sessions Deliver 'China's Confidence'
-U.S. President Says China Can Have Confidence in America's Economy
-OPEC Decides to Maintain Current Oil Production Level
-China Details Auto Stimulus Plan for Rural Residents
-G20 Meeting Closes in Britain
-Report: AIG to Pay Millions in Bonuses Despite Gov't Pressure
-U.S. President Says China Can Have Confidence in America's Economy
-Obama Signs 'Imperfect' 410-billion-dollar Spending Bill
-US President to Meet Chinese FM: White House
-China Central Bank to Sell 70 Bln Yuan of 3-month Bills
-World Media Hail China's Work to Improve People's Livelihood
-Top Political Advisory Body Vows to Help Develop Economy

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