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Guangzhou Asian Games, Major Commercial Opportunities

Updated:1289880175Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Experts have revealed that the Guangzhou Asian Games has invested around 120 billion RMB (18 billion USD), but shall return 800 billion RMB (120 billion USD) in economic effects to Guangzhou.
Shipping Faces Tough Year Despite Strong China Demand

Updated:1289443136Source:Reuters

China's expanding appetite for foreign iron ore, coal and grains will not be enough to lift the world's maritime industry out of its doldrums as it faces a flood of new vessels next year.
Shortage of Diesel Fuel Hits Mainland
Shortage of Diesel Fuel Hits Mainland

Updated:1289183301Source:Global Times

An unprecedented diesel fuel shortage in the industrial-centralized coastal regions of China has forced about 2,000 privately owned gas stations there to close, threatening the local economy, an industry chamber and experts said.
China's Central Bank Issues 15 bln Yuan of 3-month Bills at Unchanged Yield of 1.7726%
China's Central Bank Issues 15 bln Yuan of 3-month Bills at Unchanged Yield of 1.7726%

Updated:1288866794Source:Xinhua

The PBOC, China's central bank, issued 15 billion yuan of three-month bills through its open market operations Thursday at an unchanged yield of 1.7726 percent.
Forbes: Guangzhou Ousts Shanghai as China's Top City for Business
Forbes: Guangzhou Ousts Shanghai as China's Top City for Business

Updated:1288866645Source:People's Daily Online

Guangzhou has replaced Shanghai to top this year's Forbes list of the most business-friendly cities in China. The other nine cities on the top-10 list are: Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Beijing, Wuxi, Ningbo, Nanjing and Tianjin.
China's October CPI to Rise 4.1%: Forecast

Updated:1288865314Source:Xinhua

The Consumer Price Index (CPI), the main gauge of inflation in China, is likely to rise 4.1 percent in October after accelerating to a 23-month high of 3.6 percent in September, the Bank of Communications forecast on Wednesday.
Fuel Prices Rise Nationwide

Updated:1288075514Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Gasoline and diesel retail prices rose once more today (October 26), this time by around 3 percent according to the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC).
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Modern Guangzhou Souvenirs

Lifeofguangzhou.com picks some of the best Cantonese-style souvenirs for you – including those famous pieces as well as lighter and and comparatively cheap items but still with that defining Cantonese character.

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