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Experts Race to Fight Post-Disaster Disease 
[2008-05-19]
Protecting survivors from waterborne and foodborne diseases plays a major role in Sichuan's post-quake recovery effort.
China Mourns Its Losses
[2008-05-19]
One week later, China pays respect amid a hollow echo of sirens.
Sichuan Road Construction Firm Impacted by Quake
[2008-05-19]
Four toll road projects with a combined contract value of 615 million yuan have been affected by the earthquake.
From Crisis, Opportunity
[2008-05-19]
The crisis has come not only with pains, but also lessons and reflections.
Quake May Lift Prices of Pork and Grain
[2008-05-19]
The May 12 earthquake that jolted southwest China may add inflationary pressure as prices of meat and grain will rise in short term.
Zipingpu Dam Upstream of Chengdu Secured
[2008-05-19]
All odds stacked against, the Chengdu dam has been relieved of rising pressure.
This Centuries Biggest Shakes
[2008-05-19]
This century has suffered five quakes of equal or greater strength to the Wenchuan quake.
Troops Deployed: 110,000
[2008-05-19]
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Troops Parachute into Quake-Hit Mao County
[2008-05-19]
A daring rescue operation, deep in the Sichuan mountains, marked the first use of an air force parachuting team for civilian disaster relief in China.
Quake Idles Power Plants in Two Provinces
[2008-05-19]
Officials say China's national grid is safe, but the shutdown of power plants and substations in Sichuan and Shaanxi severely reduced electric capacity.
Beijing Orders Quick Aid for Quake Victims
[2008-05-19]
The government's finance minister ordered immediate assistance after witnessing the devastation, while medical teams were struggling to reach victims.
Casulties: 69,130 Dead
[2008-05-19]
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Magnitude: 8
[2008-05-19]
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High-Gear Rescue at Yingxiu's Ground Zero
[2008-05-16]
Soldiers, police and a school headmaster press on with a dramatic, post-earthquake rescue effort in Yingxiu County, where students remain trapped.
Slight Economic Impact from Quake Expected
[2008-05-16]
The earthquake could lead to higher food prices, pinch labor supplies and hurt business. But analysts say China's overall economy will feel little pain.
Fading Cries for Help in Devastated Yingxiu
[2008-05-15]
After trekking through mudslides with teams of soldiers, three Caijing reporters reach a cataclysmic scene in an area of earthquake-ravaged Sichuan Province.
Insurance Stocks Retreat on Shanghai Market
[2008-05-15]
Although experts predicted limited economic impact from the Sichuan earthquake, investors sent insurance stock prices lower on mainland exchanges.
Dozens of SOEs Report Quake Casualties
[2008-05-15]
The earthquake inflicted a heavy toll on many state-owned enterprises. More than 100 workers died at one SOE, and nine buildings collapsed at another.
Stocks Gain on Quake Rebuilding Prospects
[2008-05-14]
Insurance stocks revived after the companies reported limited exposure to the Sichuan earthquake, helping the Shanghai index rise nearly 100 points.
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