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• China UnionPay Eases Disruptions
• Insurance Payment for Victims Made Easy
• Airlines Raise Fuel Levy due to Oil Costs
• Earthquake Shakes Tourism Industry
• Vice Premier Urges Efforts to Restore Power Supply
• Economists: Inflation Would Ease despite Quake
• Wahaha to Push Exit, Says Report
• Chinese Goods Popular Even in War-torn Somalia
• Official: Reconstruction in Sichuan to Take 3 Years
• Banks Ordered to Write off Bad Loans from Quake
• Coal Shortages Spark into Power Production
• Jury Out on Dramatic Telecom Restructure
• Quake Has No Major Impact on Exports
• China Unveil Telecoms Revamp
• Disaster Claims to Reach $43m - Insurers
• Food Supply Stable in Sichuan, Pork Price Won't Rise
• Company Donations to Quake Relief Draw Praise
• Economic Confidence Unshaken as Nation Mourns Quake Victims
• Chinese Banks Provide Reconstruction Loans
• EU Investment in China Shrinks in 2007
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• China UnionPay Eases Disruptions
• Insurance Payment for Victims Made Easy
• Airlines Raise Fuel Levy due to Oil Costs
• Earthquake Shakes Tourism Industry
• Vice Premier Urges Efforts to Restore Power Supply

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News & Reports 2008-07-05
The cross-strait weekend chartered flights between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan start.
• A War to Divide Property 2008-10-27
• Qingdao Endeavors to Tackle Algae Bloom around Olympic Venue
• What You Mostly Want to Say: Writing Topic for Quake-region Students
• More Owners of Idle Cars Emerge in China
• Let's Start from Smoke-free Olympics
• Licenses Necessary for Profit-making Net-shops
• Chinese Police, Ready for Tighten Security for the Olympics

Multimedia
Beijing Opens Second Airport Expressway
Images of Chinese Migrant Workers in Foreign Artist's Lens