CRI Home - Photo- Forums - Talk China - Surf China - About China -  
  Webcast | CRI Today | China | World | Biz | SciTech | Sports | Life | Showbiz | Easy FM | Learn Chinese / English | Weather | Events
Monday, Apr.03
Australia and China have signed a landmark nuclear safeguards pact.
China expressed regrets on the EU's plan to file a WTO complaint over auto parts.  
Tuesday, Apr. 04
The EU backed China's policy of switching to a more flexible yuan at its own pace.
China's stocks rose to a 16-month-high yesterday, its highest level since December 9, 2004.
Friday, Apr. 07
China goes on a shopping spree in the United States,the New York Times reported.
Wednesday, Apr. 05

China's latest round of price talks with major iron ore suppliers has not yet resulted.

The length of expressways in China was 41,000 kilometres at the end of 2005.
Saturday, Apr.08
The Star Alliance of airlines welcomes China's Shanghai Airways on board.
Thursday, Apr. 06
China is shifting to letting businesses and residents hold more foreign currency.
The largest risk and insurance specialist is aiming to double its revenue in China.
Sunday, Apr. 09
China has accepted a request from both the EU and the US for talks on auto parts.

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.
• Motorola Sees Market Share, Margin Gains Through 2007
• MasterCard Prices IPO at $39 Per Share
• Kingfisher Extends Profits Slump
• Oil Prices Slump Below $70
• Stocks Close Higher as Commodity Prices Plunge
• Asian Market Roundup

[an error occurred while processing this directive]