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Monday, October 3
Toyota is reportedly to establish a new network of dealerships for mass sales in China.
A foreign CEO predicts that China may have the world's single biggest steelmaker by 2015.
Tuesday, October 4
Sports clothing outfit Umbro is to buy a 25-percent stake in Team & Sports Ltd.
The U.S. has named a permanent financial attache to China to encourage close economic ties.
Friday, October 7
John Snow said that he would ask China for more currency flexibility.
Wednesday, October 5
US Treasury Secretary John Snow will be in Asia next week for high-level talks.
China Construction Bank will offer its IPO at a value as high as $7.64b.
Saturday, October 8
The fifth plenary session of the 16th CPC is scheduled to open in Beijing on Saturday.
Thursday, October 6
Commerce Ministry has forecast a trade surplus of $90 billion to $100 billion for 2005.
The US is reviewing a request to consider quotas on another 13 Chinese textile imports.
Sunday, October 9
China to draw a roadmap for the social and economic growth in the next five years.

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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