China's Exchange Rate Not Manipulated for Int'l Trade Benefits: FM Spokeswoman
China has ever manipulated the yuan exchange rate and it will continue with reform of its exchange rate regime.
Australia Raises Interest Rate by 0.25Pct
PBA hiked its rate by 0.25 percent, which was the fifth in seven months as the global economy is growing.
Turkish PM Says It is not a Burden for Europe
Turkey Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey is not a burden to Europe
U.S. Government to Seek Record Fine Against Toyota
The U.S. government said on Monday that it will seek as much as 16.375 million dollars of civil penalty against Toyota over the massive recalls
China March PMI Rebounds to 55.1
It was the 13th straight month that the official PMI has stood above the threshold of 50 that demarcated expansion from contraction.
ExxonMobil Published Medium-to-Long-Term Outlook for Energy
ExxonMobil is expanding its supply in clean energy, especially natural gas and seeking opportunities for collaboration with China.
9.9 Billion Dollars Pledged to Build New Haiti.
Donor nations at one-day conference offer billions more than expected, UN secretary-general says.
IATA: Air Traffic to Reach Pre-crisis Levels in Three Months
IATA reported that February international passenger traffic (RPKs) for member airlines surged 9.5% compared to February 2009.
Moody's Downgrades Five Greek Banks
Moody's credit rating agency downgraded five Greek banks on Wednesday, saying their finances will suffer from the effects of the country's public debt crisis
French Economy Contracts 2.2% in 2009
The French GDP contracted by 2.2 percent in 2009, but showed signs of recovering in the last quarter of the year.
IMF: Europe must Act to Avoid Relegation in World Economic Powers
Europe is in danger of being relegated to the second division of world economic powers, according to IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
The 12th International Energy Forum Kicks off in Mexico
Energy ministers gathered in Mexico to discuss oil and gas future in Mexico.
U.S. Government to Fully Exit From Citigroup
The US Treasury Department plans to sell the government's 27 per cent stake in New York-based banking giant Citigroup Inc. this year
UN Security Council Strongly Condemn Moscow Blasts
The UN Security Council on Monday strongly condemned the twin Moscow metro suicide bombings that took place in the morning rush hour and left at least 38 people killed and 64 injured.
Rio Tinto Sacks Convicted Executives‎
Rio is eager to steer clear of the bribery by sacking convicted executives; the Australian government stressed it will not cause adverse impact on the two countries' relation.
Geely Will Acquire Volvo From Ford for 1.8 Billion U.S. Dollars
Geely planned to preserve Volvo's existing manufacturing facilities in Sweden and Belgium, while exploring opportunities in new production facilities.
Sinopec to Acquire Angolan Oil Assets
Sinopec will acquire deep-water oil assets in Angola by buying a 55 percent stake from its parent company for 2.46 billion U.S. dollars.
Euro Zone Countries Agree Aid Plan for Greece
A multi-billion-pound deal to rescue the crisis-hit Greek economy was finally agreed last night
China Unicom's Net Profit Falls 84.5%
The net profit of China Unicom in 2009 was 3.137 billion yuan, down 84.5 percent.
Zhong Shan: Forcing Yuan Appreciation Would only Yield the Opposite Result
China Vice Commerce Minister Zhong Shan said the Chinese yuan exchange rate is not a "good recipe" for solving U.S.- China trade deficit.
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