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Monday, August 8
Officials in "Iran and China tourism seminar" agreed to strengthen cooperation.
Carrefour was the top foreign retailer measured by sales in China in the first half.
 
Tuesday, August 9
Yahoo China is negotiating to acquire a stake in the largest Chinese e-commerce company.
Haier continues to lead the top 500 most valuable brands in China. 
Friday, August 12

China's retail sales rose to a four- month high in July by spending on brand goods.

China and the US will launch a new round of negotiations over the textile conflicts.
Wednesday, August 10
The central bank has inaugurated its second headquarters in Shanghai.
China announced fresh steps to liberalize its forex market.
Saturday, August 13
China released long-awaited regulations governing the automobile trade.
China's foreign exchange savings dipped 4.8 billion yuan ($592 million) in July.
Thursday, August 11
Yahoo will pay $1 billion in cash to acquire a 40% stake in the Alibaba.com.
China Post is progressing with its scheme to merge its two sub-businesses.
Sunday, August 14
China's economy is believed to grow steadily for the second half of 2005.
 
   


 
China Mobile is near a $5.3 billion pact to acquire Millicom of Luxembourg.
The WB endorsed a wide-ranging plan to develop poorer parts of China between now and 2010.
China's latest fuel price rises take them closer to international market standards.
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