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Sunday, February 11, 2007

Japan's Nuke Power Policy Limps Along


Japan's Nuke Power Policy Limps Along
OhmyNews - Major Japanese trading and energy firms are looking at multibillion yen investments in uranium mine projects, while electronics Uranium prices are climbing as energy-hungry China and India are stepping up construction of nuclear power plants to fuel

The INQ goes on the trail of Chinese pirates
The Inquirer - China is now rolling in valuable consumer goods. Right up there on the top of most shopping lists are consumer electronics, especially computers. Of course if you have a new computer, you'll be needing some software. This Spring Festival is sort of

Delta Electronics' Consolidated Sales Revenues for January 2007
Forbes - Delta Electronics, Inc., today announced that its consolidated sales revenues for January 2007 totaled NT$ 9,413 million Sales revenues were NT$ 7,692 million for China operations, NT$ 3,063 million for Taiwan operations, NT$ 1,044 million for

Supply of RLNG for private firms: ECC gives go-ahead for pre
Daily Times - Electronics exports, accounting for nearly two-thirds of total shipments, fell 12.1 percent in December from a year Insurers poised to spur China com property HONG KONG/SHANGHAI: Chinese moves to allow insurance firms to invest in property could

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NetIndia123.com - dollar deals in China Indian banking software group i-flex Solutions Friday said it was in the process of signing multi-million-dollar contracts with leading Chinese banks. * Thales bags $60 mn order for simulators French defence, electronics and

Machinery Orders Boost Japanese Stocks
Hampton Roads Daily Press - China Launches Review of Drug Industry TOKYO -- Japanese stocks rose Friday, led by electronics and banking stocks, helped an upbeat forecast for machinery

Chi Mei borrows to build LCD factory
China Post - the loan to increase capacity to catch up with its bigger rivals AU Optronics Corp., LG Philips LCD Co. and Samsung Electronics Copyright 1999~2007 The China Post. All rights reserved. Please refer to the TERMS AND CONDITIONS of use.

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