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China Deflation in Producer Prices Persists in May MT
Well Lead Medical Gets US FDA Nod for Foley Catheter MT
Jinduicheng Molybdenum Controlling Shareholder Boosts Stake for 10 Million Yuan MT
Xiamen International Airport's Passenger Throughput Rises 11% in May MT
China's Consumer Inflation Rate in May Still Well Below Target MT
China's Economic Outlook to Soften in June, Survey Says MT
Chinese Shares Rise Despite Mixed Inflation Data; Dameng Database Soars 176% on Debut MT
Chinese Express Delivery Sector Tackle About 2.65 Billion Parcels During Dragon Boat Festival MT
China's SME Development Index Rises in May MT
Investment in Chinese Railways Rises Nearly 11% in January-May MT
Shanghai Bourse Bars Chipmaker S2C from Listing for Five Years for Inflating Profits MT
China Sees Rise in Retail Passenger Car Sales in May MT
China Proposes Tougher Restrictions on Hedge Fund Product Sales MT
Shandong Sito Bio-technology Disposes 90.43% Stake in Losing Italian Unit for 1 Euro MT
Tianrun Dairy Gets Regulatory Nod for Convertible Bond Issue Plan MT
Zhejiang Xinhua Chemical to Build Synthetic Fragrance Plant for 60 Million Yuan MT
Wholesale Prices of Major Agri Products in China Declines MT
China Approves Meheco Unit's Supplementary Drug Application for Ear Disorder Medication MT
Zhongyuan Expressway Earns 345 Million Yuan in Toll Revenue in May MT
China Releases Draft Rules for Cross-Border E-Commerce Expansion MT
Sansure Biotech's Tuberculosis Diagnostic Kit Gets EU Certification MT
Anhui Heli to Redeem Early 2.05 Billion Yuan Convertible Bonds Due 2028; Shares Down 3% MT
Supcon Technology to Offload Subsidiary for 52 Million Yuan MT
Chinese Producer Price Fall Mellows in May MT
China's Consumer Inflation Holds Steady in May, Missing Economists' Expectations MT