Beibu Bay Radio Launched in Nanning
Beibu Bay Radio (BBR), the first regional international broadcasting frequency in China is formally launched on Friday in Nanning, the capital of southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
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• Sixth China-ASEAN Expo Closes, Bringing Closer Ties
The five-day 6th China-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Expo closed with fruitful economic and trade cooperation, an official with the organizing comittee announced Saturday.
• China Has 1,283 Public TV Channels
China has opened 1,283 public television channels, with broadcasting hours topping 2.57 million annually, a senior Chinese official said on Saturday.
• Commentary: Trade Protectionism No Savior of Crisis
When some western countries began to pin their hope of economic recovery on trade protectionism, China and the 10 ASEAN countries are immersed in the delight of embracing a free trade area which will allow goods to flow across borders freely.
• China-ASEAN Cooperation Going Wider, Deeper
Two months ahead of the establishment of the China-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) free trade area (CAFTA), the cooperation between China and the ten ASEAN countries has already shown signs of going much wider and deeper.
• China, ASEAN to Boost Regional Financial Cooperation
China and ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) have vowed to safeguard regional financial stability and strengthen cooperation in currency and investment in the region, according to a declaration issued Wednesday.
• Agro Co-op, Financial Services to be Highlights of 6th CAEXPO
The 6th China-ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Expo and 6th China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit open in Nanning Tuesday, just two months before the building of China-ASEAN Free Trade Area.
• Chinese Economy Maintains Sound Development: Vice Premier
Chinese economy is maintaining a sound development and witnessing rising economic growth on a monthly basis, Chinese Vice Premier Li Keqiang said Tuesday.
• Chinese Premier to Attend ASEAN-related Meetings in Thailand
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will attend several meetings related to the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) in Hua Hin of Thailand from Oct. 23 to 25 at the invitation of Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.
• Expo Opens to Embrace FTA
The Sixth China-ASEAN Expo opened Tuesday to make final preparations for a free trade area amid the lingering global economic downturn.
• China, ASEAN to Strengthen Agricultural Co-op
China and members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) pledged to enhance agricultural cooperation to help improve economic development and prevent food crisis.
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Visitors Show their Enthusiasm for CAEXPO

Dazzling Commodities Displayed at CAEXPO

Nanning Gears up for 6th CAEXPO

Agriculture Exhibition Held in Nanning
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CRI Reports
v  Agriculture Exhibition to Promote Further Coop in China-ASEAN Region
v  China-Asean Summit Forum of Financial Cooperation Concludes
v  New Elements Added to CAEXPO
v  Nanning's Ready for CAEXPO
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Livecast
•  2009-10-20 Sixth China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit
The Sixth China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit begins on October 20, 2009. CRI Webcast brings you a live broadcast of the opening ceremony at 11 a.m. Beijing Time.
•  2009-10-20 Sixth China-ASEAN Expo Begins
The Sixth China-ASEAN Expo begins on October 20, 2009. CRI Webcast brings you a live broadcast of the opening ceremony at 9 a.m. Beijing Time.
Backgrounder
China had attracted 52 billion U.S. dollars of investment over the past 30 years from the member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), said an official with the China-ASEAN Business Council Wednesday.
Main Schedule
Date and Time: October 20-24, 2009
Venue: Nanning International Convention and Exhibition Center, Guangxi, China
Scale: 4000 International Standard Booths
Themes/Pavilions

Pavilion of Commodity Trade

Pavilion of Investment Cooperation

Pavilion of Advanced Technology

Pavilion of Cities of Charm

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