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Monday, Feb. 13
China's trade surplus rose 46.7 percent in January year-on-year to 9.49 billion dollars.

Retail sales will continue to grow over the next few years on stimulated consumer spending.

Tuesday, Feb. 14
The nation's top economic planner has warned that oil-refining facilities are stretched to the limit.
Foreign pilots are to be brought in by the nation's flagship carrier Air China.
Friday, Feb. 17
Almost 75 percent of the world's toys are made in China, statistics show.
Wednesday, Feb. 15
Sinopec will buy back its four listed subsidiaries at a cash offer of $1.78 billion.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said China will continue to promote its exchange rate reform.
Saturday, Feb. 18
China's central bank urged export-oriented firms to improve their forex-hedging ability.
Thursday, Feb. 16
ICBC plans to raise over $9.95b from an IPO in Hong Kong in September.
Vodafone signed a five-year global supply deal with Huawei for handsets.
Sunday, Feb. 19

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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