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As China Telecom and China Netcom try to land mobile licenses, the top player steps on the gas.
The IPO could be worth up to $2.7 billion.
To win customers, the American retailer might have to sacrifice margins and focus on price.
The Hang Seng has recouped nearly all of its May-June losses as investors reassess fundamentals.
Tom Online's weak guidance is minor, given the coming competition from China Mobile.
Increased domestic consumption in China could offset a potential slowdown in the country's exports.
The sector gets dinged as investors get nervous.
Also, assessing Baidu's link-up with Hewlett-Packard.
Texas Instruments' Terry Cheng says inventory isn't rising.
Also, assessing the damage in the China wireless sector.