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Monday, Nov. 28
China will try to boost its imports and keep the momentum in export growth.
East Star Airlines signed a letter of intent with Airbus to buy 10 A320s.
Tuesday, Nov.29
China's top oil and gas producers said government-controlled prices discouraged them.
The U.S. on Monday determined that China was not manipulating its currency.
Friday, Dec 2
China outlined the key economic objectives for the new year.
Wednesday, Nov 30
China's agricultural exports are to encounter more overseas technical barriers.
The growth rate of China's economy is expected to lower to 6.7 percent next year.
Saturday, Dec 3
China's economic macro-control are now shifting focus onto industry oversupply.
Thursday, Dec.1
On top of the agenda is to maintain steady and comparatively fast economic growth.
China's demand for crude oil will grow by around 6 percent next year from 2005.
Sunday, Dec 4

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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