China to maintain stability of Chinese currency

    China will maintain the stability of the Chinese currency, the Renminbi. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao said this is not only good for the Chinese economy, but also for the rest of the world. He was commenting on China's currency policy while meeting with visiting Citibank Chairman Robert Rubin on Tuesday.

President Hu´s First Trip to Europe and Asia
Combatting SARS
China is taking comprenhensive measures to curb the spread of the SARS.

Ten Chinese nurses awarded Florence Nightingale medals  

China´s Central Bank says no change to RMB  

China vows to crack down on smuggling  

China expresses condolences over Jakarta blast  

Sports professionals for the 2008 Olympics  

Hainan to open up for international carriers  

Indonesian President visits site of car bombing  

UN, Australian and US reactions to Jakarta bomb attack  

Arab Foreign Ministers meet in Cairo  

US and Japan sign mutual legal assistance treaty  

World Wide Watch, Aug.4

World Wide Watch, Aug.3

China expresses condolences over Jakarta blast

Ten Chinese nurses awarded Florence Nightingale medals
UN reform

Iraq reconstruction is on UN agenda as representatives from various parties concern how to prepare for the meeting on July 24 for a special UN session later this year on the reconstruction of post-war Iraq. As the UN failed to stop the war on Iraq, many doubt what role can UN really plays in the reconstruction of the country. They also doubt the UN’s future role in fronting similar conflicts.

Guest speaker: Mr. Michael Crook, Mr. Jim Lindsay and Ms. Pamela Collett
  China Today
On July 22, 2003, the Furama Hotel in Dalian took on a festive atmosphere rarely scene before in the beautiful coastal city in north-eastern China. Hundreds of high-level economic officials from Asian and European countries joined together in the brightly-lit hall to pursue a common goal of better understanding and cooperation. ...
  Biz China
John Langlois: how to transfer Chinese NPLs

Non-performing loans have long been a problem area for Chinese state-owned commercial banks. Today, we are joined by John Langlois, president of Morgan Stanley Property (China), just one of the foreign banks that have been trying to help Chinese banks to transfer NPLs. He'll explain the role foreign banks play in transferring non-performing loans and how China could learn from the experience of Japanese banks.

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