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Monday, September 19
A top Chinese economist says speculators will lose money on betting the yuan revaluation.
Macao's cheif executive appealed for residents' faith in the local financial system.
Tuesday, September 20
Boeing predicts that China will need more than 2,600 new airplanes over the next 20 years.
China says foreign investors could be able to explore oil refinery business.
Friday, September 23
China's central bank will "gradually" lessen the degree to which it intervenes in foreign exchange markets.
Wednesday, September 21
Ministers of the OPEC agreed to provide an extra two million barrels of crude oil a day.
China is welcoming private and foreign capital in building and operating its railway.
Saturday, September 24
China has no plans to use its foreign exchange reserves to build up a strategic oil stockpile.
Thursday, September 22
Airbus will have half of China's aviation market before 2013, company executives vowed.
The reason why China encountered trade frictions is because of its rising competitiveness.
Sunday, September 25
China's top banker urges the major industrial countries to abandon trade protectionism.

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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