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US solar firm launches trade action against China – Ninemsn



Al-Arabiya
US solar firm launches trade action against China
Ninemsn
Check out ninemsn Finance's Tax Time for tips and advice on how to make your 2011/12 tax return work for you. In a new show of anger at China's trade practices, a major US maker of solar cells and panels announced Wednesday it was filing a formal
US Solar Manufacturers Request Duties on Chinese ImportsBusinessWeek

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Online outrage in China after toddler run over twice, ignored – Los Angeles Times



CBC.ca
Online outrage in China after toddler run over twice, ignored
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM BEIJING -– A 2-year-old girl who was the victim of a hit-and-run driver has captured the attention of China and caused many to wonder why it took so long for her to be helped. More than a dozen pedestrians and motorists passed by as Wang
Chinese toddler run over and ignored 'to remain in vegetative state'Telegraph.co.uk
China outrage after child run over twice, ignoredCBC.ca
Toddler's hit-and-run case shocks ChinaSydney Morning Herald
The Independent -Daily Mail -The State
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Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP – BusinessWeek



The Hindu
Emerging Stocks Snap Nine-Day Rally on Europe Debt, China GDP
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — Emerging stocks fell, ending the longest winning streak since June 2010, after Moody's Investors Service said France's top credit rating is under pressure and China's economy expanded at the
Stocks Retreat as Won, Copper Decline on Europe, China ConcernsSan Francisco Chronicle
GLOBAL MARKETS: European Stocks Stay Down; Sentiment FragileWall Street Journal
World stocks fall amid debt doubts, China cooling The Associated Press
Bloomberg -Reuters -ABC News
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Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth – BusinessWeek



Reuters
Stocks, US Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China Growth
BusinessWeek
Oct. 18 (Bloomberg) — European stocks, US index futures and commodities fell as Moody's Investors Service said France's Aaa rating is at risk and China's economic growth slowed.
Stocks, US Futures Drop on France, GoldmanBloomberg
TSX may open lower as China weighs on commoditiesReuters
Stocks, U.S. Futures, Copper Drop on France Debt, China GrowthSan Francisco Chronicle
Beacon Equity Research -Moneycontrol.com
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Biden assures China on its US investments – Washington Post



Globe and Mail
Biden assures China on its US investments
Washington Post
Ng Han Guan/AP РChinese Vice President Xi Jinping, right, gives an opening statement near US Vice President Joe Biden during talks at a hotel in Beijing, China. By Keith B. Richburg, BEIJING — Following another day of turmoil in world financial
In China, Biden pulls punches, not punch linesReuters
Biden in Beijing: Getting to know XiUSA Today (blog)
Biden's significant China tour after 32 yearsXinhua
New York Times -Bloomberg -Kansas City Star
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China launches second aircraft carrier – as luxury hotel РThe Guardian



Financial Times
China launches second aircraft carrier – as luxury hotel
The Guardian
China's first aircraft carrier, Varyag, has caused concern in Washington and with the country's neighbours. Photograph: Xinhua/ Xinhua/XinHua/Xinhua Press/Corbis While experts' eyes may be on the sea trials of China's first aircraft carrier,
China's First Aircraft Carrier Begins Sea TrialVoice of America
China Begins Sea Trials of Its First Aircraft CarrierNew York Times
China launches first aircraft carrierTelegraph.co.uk
Aljazeera.net -Wall Street Journal -The Associated Press
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China Ministry Of Finance: To Sell Dim Sum Bonds To Institutional Investors Aug 17 – Wall Street Journal


China Ministry Of Finance: To Sell Dim Sum Bonds To Institutional Investors Aug 17
Wall Street Journal
HONG KONG (Dow Jones)–China's Ministry of Finance will sell the institutional tranche of its planned CNY20 billion (US$ 3.1 billion) "dim sum" bond issue on Aug. 17, the ministry said Tuesday. The MOF said last week it planned to sell CNY15 billion

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