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government-controlled

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  • Beijing cut government-controlled fuel prices in response to tumbling oil prices, and China's housing prices fell, welcome developments as the country fights inflationary pressures.

    What's News—

  • The housing-cost component is composed of mortgage interest rates and utilities such as electricity and water, which are all government-controlled.

    Housing, Fuel Costs Ease in China

  • And on Friday, the yuan dropped to the lower end of its government-controlled trading range for the eighth-straight session, a sign investors fear China might guide its currency lower to make its exports more attractively priced.

    China Story Turns Negative

  • Officials see it as a step toward reducing the $10.4 trillion U.S. mortgage market's dependence on government-controlled mortgage companies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

    Plan Floated to Spread Risk in Mortgage Bonds

  • Chinese telecommunications- equipment maker Huawei Technologies Co. said it will scale back its business in Iran, where the company provides services to government-controlled telecom operators, following reports that Iranian police were using mobile-network technology to track down and arrest dissidents.

    Huawei to Scale Back Business in Iran

  • Syria's one-party political system and government-controlled media, meanwhile, are seen by many as more rigid than Egypt's or Tunisia's.

    Syria Strongman: Time for 'Reform'

  • But the opposition was running low on ammunition, sandwiched between government-controlled territories and unable to get fresh supplies.

    Gaddafi forces mount fierce counterattack

  • The attack came a day after AMISOM said it had struck a major blow against al-Shabab by dismantling a network of tunnels used to funnel fighters into government-controlled areas.

    At least 50 African Union peacekeepers dead in Somalia clashes

  • But the opposition was running low on ammunition, sandwiched between government-controlled territories and unable to get fresh supplies.

    Gaddafi forces mount fierce counterattack

  • Prices on some bonds, which are backed by mortgages that don't meet the standards needed to get backing from government-controlled companies like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, plummeted as much as 30% last year.

    Investors Sour on Subprime Bonds

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