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Chinese equities edged up 0.03 percent on Thursday, rising for the first time in four days, driven up by metal and agriculture shares.

The Shanghai Composite Index edged up 0.03 percent, or 0.74 points, to 2,277.41. In Shenzhen, the market added 0.81 percent, or 60.05 points, to close at 7,473.6.

Aggregate turnover shrank to 38.99 billion yuan ($5.7 billion) from 49.1 billion yuan on the previous trading. It was slightly higher than a 21-month low of 38.9 billion yuan on Tuesday.

Gains outnumbered losses by 608-236 in Shanghai and 502-197 in Shenzhen.

(Xinhua News Agency September 4, 2008)

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