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Monday, September 12
The long-anticipated Hong Kong Disneyland Park is opening.

Hisense acquires Kelon by buying a 26% stake worth US$111 million into the firm.

Tuesday, September 13

China's foreign trade grew 27.9 per cent to US$125.6 billion in August.

Forty listed companies have unveiled their plan to float non-tradable shares.
Friday, September 16
China and the United States are to hold a fifth round of textile talks in late September.
Wednesday, September 14
Chinese president says the country does not pursue a huge trade surplus with the U.S..
China's Sinotrans has hired Citigroup for its US$500 million IPO.
Saturday, September 17
Music giants are suing Baidu for allegedly infringing the copyright of songs.
Thursday, September 15
CNPC beat its rival Indian bidder ONGC to buy oil assets of EnCana in Ecuador.
China pledges to the world that it will provide more aid to other developing nations.
Sunday, September 18
Macao's cheif executive appealed for residents' faith in the local financial system.

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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