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Monday, May.08
China's airplanes carried 3.05 million passengers during the seven-day May Day holiday.
China is letting its listed companies resume selling shares and convertible bonds.
Tuesday, May. 09
Chinese regulators gave approved telecom operators to slash mobile phone charges in Beijing.
China is set to spend on airport development in the next five years more than it did.
Friday, May. 12
China will continue to improve its currency regime and seek greater flexibility of the yuan.
Wednesday, May. 10
EU start 'dumping' investigations against certain Chinese textile and garment products.
Beijing and Tokyo have agreed to hold talks later this month on natural gas exploration.
Saturday, May. 13
Chinese stocks continued their spectacular rise on Friday.
Thursday, May. 11
Bank of China kicked off a marketing roadshow on Thursday for its $9.8 billion share sale.
The US announced it would not brand China as a country that was manipulating its currency.
Sunday, May. 14
China's largest nuclear power generator has been connected to the national grid.

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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