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· Huawei down, not out, in acquisition bid on US firm
· Japan firms blamed for stuffed buns contamination
· 2nd west-to-east gas pipeline project launched
· China still a draw for S. Korean firms
· Second round of talks with EU to be launched
· China denies US steel energy subsidy report
· 3 Chinese banks among top 25
· Crude futures surge above US$100
· Country bags the silver in gold sales
· CPI hits 11-year high
· Iron ore costs may increase by 65%
· Exchange rate to focus on trading partners
· US film group sues Xunlei for piracy
· China rail firm wins big contracts in Libya
· Baosteel predicts iron ore talks to end by February

· EU launches anti-dumping investigations into candles, steel
· Marine sector reports growth of 15% in 2007
· Bank of China predicts 7.5% CPI rise in January
· Trade surplus falls to lowest since May
· China's auto tariff policy not violating WTO rules
· 2 stock funds approved to boost equity market
· Monthly trade surplus up 22.6% in January
· Bonds issued to soak up bank-held liquidity
· CITIC, Bear Stearns plan to increase stake in each other
· Shanghai index rises on strength of blue chips
· China cuts roaming service charges
· Rio eyes chance to work with Chinalco
· Retail sales rise 16% during holiday
· Currency may climb further
· Stocks set to rally but fluctuations to remain

· Stock market fundamentals 'still strong'
· Yahoo rejects Microsoft's buyout offer
· Reformers battle global oil price tide
· Airbus denies A380 model has technical defect
· Massive bentonite deposit discovered
· Bankruptcy ordinance devised for financial institutions
· Five major gold mines discovered in 2007
· China's phone subscribers to hit 976 mln in 2008
· China's coal energy reserves keep rising
· Township commerce significant in 2007
· 200 mln Chinese working for private business
· China posts 95% growth in wind power generation
· Germany remains top source of China's sedan imports
· Economists decode China's reforms
· Transnationals still favor China most for R&D

· HK can turn into world's most developed city
· China sees sedan exports more than doubled
· China's experiences helpful for WB to reduce poverty
· Indemnities shall be paid to disaster victims timely
· 3 jailed for insider trading of shares
· Expert: Dumplings poisoning incident not be politicized
· Banks extend financial support to snow-ravaged regions
· US probes Huawei-3Com deal
· Coal shipment be railway's highest priority
· China combats price speculation amid severe weather
· ICBC approved to acquire S. African bank
· EU offers energy-saving help
· ICBC approved to set up subsidiary in Doha
· Chinese dumpling maker suspends production
· Farmers expect more subsidy to boost grain output

· Index falls on concern over snowstorms
· China Coal Energy jumps over 40% in Shanghai debut
· BHP Billiton, Baosteel sign 10-year agreement
· Emergency coal shipped to power plants in S China
· HK cuts rate by 50 basis points
· German businesses upbeat about operations in China
· Spanish luxury goods making headway in China
· Kelon's ex-chairman jailed for fraud, embezzlement
· Citigroup, broker said to form JV
· ICBC completes acquisition of Macao lender
· China Minmetals buys majority stake in Peru mines
· Shanghai index sinks 7.2% to six-month low
· China shifts railway capacity to coal transport
· Different views on speed of China's economic growth
· ABC expected to set IPO within 3 years

May 15-17, Shanghai Women's Forum Asia
Dec. 12-13 Beijing China-US Strategic Economic Dialogue
Nov. 27-28 Beijing China-EU Summit

A princess re-born
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Puccini's birth, the newly-open China's National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA, also known as National Grand Theater) and Ricordi have commissioned Hao to write the first "Chinese edition" of Turandot which will premiere at the NCPA on March 21 through 26.
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a Child
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