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All Upcoming Shanghai East Asia Fixtures

Super League - Saturday 23rd August 11:45
Shanghai East Asia  
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  Dalian Aerbin
Super League - Sunday 31st August 11:45
Shanghai Shenhua  
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  Shanghai East Asia
Super League - Saturday 13th September 11:45
Shanghai East Asia  
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  Guangzhou Yiyao
Super League - Sunday 21st September 11:45
Shanghai East Asia  
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  Changsha Ginde
Super League - Sunday 28th September 11:35
Shanxi Baorong  
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  Shanghai East Asia
Super League - Sunday 5th October 08:00
Shanghai East Asia  
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  Shandong Luneng
Super League - Sunday 19th October 07:30
Yantai Yiteng Jufeng  
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  Shanghai East Asia
Super League - Sunday 26th October 08:35
Shanghai East Asia  
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  Jiangsu Shuntian
Super League - Sunday 2nd November 07:35
Tianjin Teda  
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  Shanghai East Asia

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bdaily - 1 day ago
Philomena Chen, Head of Asia Pacific Business for UKTI North West said: ''The North West saw the biggest percentage increase in the number of businesses trading in China and Hong Kong in 2013 compared to 2012 (11%). This was the only region to see a ...
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KEEPING SCORE: Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.7 percent to 24,974.03 and China's Shanghai Composite rose 0.8 percent to 2,224.31. Japan's Nikkei 225 was off 0.1 percent at 15,293.91 while Australia's S&P/ASX 200 added 0.4 percent to 5,569.70.
Farm Weekly - 1 week ago
Before investing in Australia, Mr Yin said, the Shanghai ZhongFu (Group) Co in China reviewed America, South Africa and areas of Asia as part of its business investigations, but said Australia stood out. "Australia has a lot of strengths, firstly ...
Live Trading News - 1 week ago
The bank will have its HQs in Shanghai, and the 1st president for the bank will come from India, while the board will mainly come from Brazil. The establishment of the NDB marks the delayed shift of soft power from the 'West', i.e. the US and EU, to ...
University Herald - 4 weeks ago
Though the disease has spread to Europe, Asia and the United States, the vast majority of cases are in the Middle East. In every case of MERS outside Saudi Arabia, infected patients had recently traveled from the Middle East where most worked in ...
   
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