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Monday, Sept. 5
The EU and China have reached an agreement on unblocking Chinese textile imports.
China will sign Airbus deal during this week's visit to Beijing by Tony Blair.
Tuesday, Sept. 6

Hang Seng Bank marches into the Chinese capital for high-end market.

China will cut the growth of its textile export to the EU next year for ending an impasse.

Friday, Sept. 9
Textiles piled up at European ports will be allowed to enter the market next Wednesday.
Wednesday, Sept. 7

Sino-EU trade has been boosted through airline and banking deals.

Standard Chartered is joining foreign investors looking for a share of China's banking industry.
Saturday, Sept. 10
Is it necessary to revalue the renminbi again with a new foreign exchange rate system?
Thursday, Sept. 8
CDB provides up to $3.7b in loans to fund Taiwan-invested companies on the mainland.
The European Commission has ratified the new quota agreement reached with China.
Sunday, Sept. 11
President Hu Jintao challenged Canadian businesses to double bilateral trade by 2010.

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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