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Monday, Mar. 20
Surging crude prices should help China's oil triumvirate post record profits from next week
China is striving to change its economic growth mode in the coming five years.
Tuesday, Mar. 21
It would be a mistake if China failed to strengthen the role of the government.
China's yuan rose to the highest since a peg to the dollar was scrapped in July.
Friday, Mar. 24
Motorola, set up a new research and development center on Friday in Hangzhou.
Wednesday, Mar. 22
China and Russia leaders issued a joint declaration and witnessed the signing of 15 agreements.
Tax will be imposed on disposable wooden chopsticks, wooden floor panels and other things.
Saturday, Mar. 25
CNOOC said its 2005 profit jumped 57%  year on year to a record high.
Thursday, Mar. 23
Buyers of big cars will fork out more tax while those who opt to buy smaller models will pay less.
The EU will impose duties on some leather footwear from China and Vietnam.
Sunday, Mar.26
China decides to lift retail diesel and gasoline prices for the first time in eight months.

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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