To prevent terrorism during the Expo, Shanghai authorities are requiring customers purchasing kitchen knives to register their identification. Other product lines should be included.
Every time the Chinese government tries to clamp down on the steel sector, the mills manage to wriggle out
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Look forward to total gridlock on China's east coast
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The market is relatively unmoved by the 'enhancing' of the flexibility of the renminbi's exchange rate