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CHINA-MARKETS/
RTX24CGJ
January 28, 2016
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Shanghai...
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Shanghai Tower (Top) and Jin Mao Tower (L) in Shanghai's financial district of Pudong, China, January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Aly Song TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-MARKETS/
RTX24CGH
January 28, 2016
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Jin Mao Tower...
Shanghai, China
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Jin Mao Tower...
Workers clean the exterior of Shanghai's skyscraper Shanghai World Financial Center next to Jin Mao Tower in Shanghai's financial district of Pudong, China, January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Aly Song
CHINA-WEATHER/
RTX1D35T
May 15, 2015
Skyscrapers Shanghai World Financial Center (R) and Jin Mao Tower are seen during heavy rain at the financial...
Shanghai, China
Skyscrapers Shanghai World Financial Center and Jin Mao Tower are seen during heavy rain at the financial...
Skyscrapers Shanghai World Financial Center (R) and Jin Mao Tower are seen during heavy rain at the financial district of Pudong in Shanghai May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Aly Song TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA/
RTR39CKW
October 20, 2012
A view of the Shanghai World Financial Center seen to the right of the Jin Mao Tower (C) in the financial...
Shanghai, China
A view of the Shanghai World Financial Center seen to the right of the Jin Mao Tower in the financial...
A view of the Shanghai World Financial Center seen to the right of the Jin Mao Tower (C) in the financial area of Pudong, October 20, 2012. More than 300 competitors participated in the second edition of the Sky Marathon hosted at the Shanghai World Financial Center, China's tallest building. The vertical race takes competitors up 100 floors, covering 2,754 stairs and 474 meters. The winner, Austria's Rolf Majcen, an economist and lawyer, climbed to the top in 18 minutes and 55 seconds. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY CITYSPACE)
CHINA/
RTR39CKG
October 20, 2012
A competitor looks at the city of Shanghai after finishing the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World...
Shanghai, China
A competitor looks at the city of Shanghai after finishing the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World...
A competitor looks at the city of Shanghai after finishing the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World Financial Center, October 20, 2012. More than 300 competitors participated in the second edition of the Sky Marathon hosted at the Shanghai World Financial Center, China's tallest building. The vertical race takes competitors up 100 floors, covering 2,754 stairs and 474 meters. The winner, Austria's Rolf Majcen, an economist and lawyer, climbed to the top in 18 minutes and 55 seconds. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY CITYSPACE)
CHINA/
RTR39CK2
October 20, 2012
Competitors climb the stairs during the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World Financial Center, October...
Shanghai, China
Competitors climb the stairs during the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World Financial Center
Competitors climb the stairs during the 2012 Sky Marathon at the Shanghai World Financial Center, October 20, 2012. More than 300 competitors participated in the second edition of the Sky Marathon hosted at the Shanghai World Financial Center, China's tallest building. The vertical race takes competitors up 100 floors, covering 2,754 stairs and 474 meters. The winner, Austria's Rolf Majcen, an economist and lawyer, climbed to the top in 18 minutes and 55 seconds. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTXV8GG
November 30, 2010
A view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the Oriental Pearl TV Tower on a hazy...
Shanghai, China
A view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the Oriental Pearl TV Tower on a hazy...
A view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the Oriental Pearl TV Tower on a hazy day November 29, 2010. A month after China's commercial hub of Shanghai finished its World Expo, with a theme of "better city, better life", the city is setting records for air pollution that some warn could scare off investors. Picture taken November 29, 2010. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA/
RTXV8GE
November 30, 2010
A general view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the skyscrapers on a hazy day...
Shanghai, China
A general view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the skyscrapers on a hazy day...
A general view from the Shanghai World Financial Centre building shows the skyscrapers on a hazy day November 29, 2010. A month after China's commercial hub of Shanghai finished its World Expo, with a theme of "better city, better life", the city is setting records for air pollution that some warn could scare off investors. Picture taken November 29, 2010. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: CITYSCAPE ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTR28UMJ
January 14, 2010
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in...
Shanghai, China
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in...
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in Lujiazui January 14, 2010. China vowed on Sunday not to let foreign speculative investment affect the property market, the latest expression of official concern that real estate prices are racing ahead too fast. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE)
CHINA-PROPERTY/
RTR28UMI
January 14, 2010
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in...
Shanghai, China
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in...
The centre of Shanghai is pictured in this view from the Shanghai World Financial Center building in Lujiazui January 14, 2010. China vowed on Sunday not to let foreign speculative investment affect the property market, the latest expression of official concern that real estate prices are racing ahead too fast. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
RTX98UG
October 06, 2008
Vendors offer their fruits and snakes at the entrance to the ferry wharf in front of skyscrapers in Shanghai's...
Shanghai, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
Vendors offer their fruits and snakes at the entrance to the ferry wharf in front of skyscrapers in Shanghai's new financial district in this September 30, 2008 file photo. Shanghai, China's most populous city and an aspiring global financial centre, is also among the world's most vulnerable urban areas to a rise in sea levels from global warming. Picture taken September 30, 2008. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING REUTERS/Nir Elias/Files (CHINA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
RTX98UE
October 06, 2008
A woman looks at skyscrapers in Shanghai's new financial district as she rides a ferry across Huangpu...
Shanghai, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
A woman looks at skyscrapers in Shanghai's new financial district as she rides a ferry across Huangpu River in Shanghai in this September 30, 2008 file photo. Shanghai, China's most populous city and an aspiring global financial centre, is also among the world's most vulnerable urban areas to a rise in sea levels from global warming. Picture taken September 30, 2008. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING REUTERS/Nir Elias/Files (CHINA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
RTX98U8
October 06, 2008
A couple stands along the waterfront, also known as the Bund, in front of skyscrapers in Shanghai's new...
Shanghai, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
A couple stands along the waterfront, also known as the Bund, in front of skyscrapers in Shanghai's new financial district in this September 30, 2008 file photo. Shanghai, China's most populous city and an aspiring global financial centre, is also among the world's most vulnerable urban areas to a rise in sea levels from global warming. Picture taken September 30, 2008. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING REUTERS/Nir Elias/Files (CHINA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
RTX98U0
October 06, 2008
A general view from the Shanghai World Trade Centre building shows the skyscrapers in Shanghai's new...
Shanghai, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
A general view from the Shanghai World Trade Centre building shows the skyscrapers in Shanghai's new financial district in this September 30, 2008 file photo. Shanghai, China's most populous city and an aspiring global financial centre, is also among the world's most vulnerable urban areas to a rise in sea levels from global warming. Picture taken September 30, 2008. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING REUTERS/Nir Elias/Files (CHINA)
ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
RTX98TT
October 06, 2008
A general view from the Shanghai World Trade Centre building shows a skyline in the centre of Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING
A general view from the Shanghai World Trade Centre building shows a skyline in the centre of Shanghai in this September 30, 2008 file photo. Shanghai, China's most populous city and an aspiring global financial centre, is also among the world's most vulnerable urban areas to a rise in sea levels as global warming melts polar ice. Picture taken September 30, 2008. To match feature ENVIRONMENT-SUMMIT/SHANGHAI-SINKING REUTERS/Nir Elias/Files (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYO
August 29, 2008
Beer bottles are pictured in the foreground of a view of the Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
Shanghai, China
Beer bottles are pictured in the foreground of a view of the Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
Beer bottles are pictured in the foreground of a view of the Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYN
August 29, 2008
Shanghai World Financial Centre building in seen in the background as two women walk down an old alley,...
Shanghai, China
Shanghai World Financial Centre building in seen in the background as two women walk down an old alley...
Shanghai World Financial Centre building in seen in the background as two women walk down an old alley, August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYM
August 29, 2008
The Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai as seen from Lujiazui park August 29, 2008....
Shanghai, China
The Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai as seen from Lujiazui park
The Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai as seen from Lujiazui park August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYK
August 29, 2008
A security guard stands next to a view of the Lujiazui financial district cityscape in the Observatory...
Shanghai, China
Guard stands next to a view of Lujiazui financial district cityscape from Observatory on 94th floor in...
A security guard stands next to a view of the Lujiazui financial district cityscape in the Observatory on 94th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYD
August 29, 2008
A security guard is pictured at the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial...
Shanghai, China
A security guard is pictured at the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial...
A security guard is pictured at the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYB
August 29, 2008
Shanghai World Financial Centre building is pictured in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building,...
Shanghai, China
Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai
Shanghai World Financial Centre building is pictured in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SYA
August 29, 2008
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
Shanghai, China
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21SY9
August 29, 2008
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
Shanghai, China
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building...
A woman cleans the Skywalk observation deck on 100th floor in Shanghai World Financial Centre building in Shanghai August 29, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21RN5
August 28, 2008
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August 28, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21RN3
August 28, 2008
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd attends a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August...
Shanghai, China
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd attends a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd attends a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August 28, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21RN2
August 28, 2008
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August 28, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21RN1
August 28, 2008
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August 28, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA-SKYSCRAPER/SHANGHAI
RTR21RN0
August 28, 2008
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd, speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd, speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai...
Minoru Mori, president and CEO of Moir Building Co Ltd, speaks during a gala opening ceremony in Shanghai August 28, 2008. China's tallest building, the 492-metre (1,614-ft) Shanghai World Financial Centre, is on track to reach 90 percent occupancy within a year despite worries over the economy, its developer and top shareholder said on Thursday. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSID
September 13, 2007
The Pearl tower is seen from the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre at Pudong financial...
Shanghai, China
The Pearl tower is seen from the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre at Pudong financial...
The Pearl tower is seen from the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre at Pudong financial district in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSHA
September 13, 2007
Labourers enter the construction site of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13,...
Shanghai, China
Labourers enter the construction site of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai
Labourers enter the construction site of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSH9
September 13, 2007
Labourers wait for a temporary elevator to go up to the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre...
Shanghai, China
Labourers wait for a temporary elevator to go up to the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre...
Labourers wait for a temporary elevator to go up to the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSH8
September 13, 2007
A labourer looks out of the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13,...
Shanghai, China
A labourer looks out of the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai
A labourer looks out of the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSH6
September 13, 2007
Labourers walk down a flight of stairs at the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Labourers walk down a flight of stairs at the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai...
Labourers walk down a flight of stairs at the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSH1
September 13, 2007
A labourer works on the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007....
Shanghai, China
A labourer works on the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai
A labourer works on the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1TSGY
September 13, 2007
Labourers wait for a temporary elevator on the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Laborers wait for a temporary elevator at the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai...
Labourers wait for a temporary elevator on the 94th floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai September 13, 2007. The Shanghai World Financial Centre will be topped up on September 14 and aims to be the tallest building in China with 101 storeys and a height of 492 metres when completed in 2008. REUTERS/Nir Elias (CHINA)
CHINA-FIRE/
RTR1SRO0
August 14, 2007
Firemen are seen at the site of a fire at the Shanghai World Financial Centre, which is under construction,...
Shanghai, China
Firemen are seen at the site of a fire at the Shanghai World Financial Centre in Shanghai
Firemen are seen at the site of a fire at the Shanghai World Financial Centre, which is under construction, in Shanghai August 14, 2007. Firemen were called on Tuesday to China's tallest building in Shanghai's financial centre where smoke was billowing out of a high floor, police and witnesses said. There were no immediate reports of casualties. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
SPORT TENNIS
RTR18N9S
October 03, 2005
Roger Federer of Switzerland attends the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Centre in China's...
Shanghai, China
Roger Federer attends opening ceremony of of Qizhong Tennis Centre in Shanghai
Roger Federer of Switzerland attends the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Centre in China's financial capital October 3, 2005. Federer is guaranteed to end the year as world number one after winning his 11th title of 2005 at the Thailand Open. Shanghai will host the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, a multi-million dollar tournament featuring the world's top men players, in November. REUTERS/Aly Song
SPORT TENNIS
RTR18N10
October 03, 2005
Roger Federer (with tie) of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of...
Shanghai, China
Roger Federer of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans in Shanghai
Roger Federer (with tie) of Switzerland is surrounded by Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Centre in China's financial capital October 3, 2005. Federer is guaranteed to end the year as world number one after winning his 11th title of 2005 at the Thailand Open. Shanghai will host the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, a multi-million dollar tournament featuring the world's top men players, in November. REUTERS/Ming Ming
SPORT TENNIS
RTR182RK
October 03, 2005
Roger Federer of Switzerland poses with Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong...
Shanghai, China
Roger Federer of Switzerland poses with Chinese fans in Shanghai
Roger Federer of Switzerland poses with Chinese fans during the opening ceremony of Shanghai Qizhong Tennis Centre in China's financial capital October 3, 2005. Federer is guaranteed to end the year as world number one after winning his 11th title of 2005 at the Thailand Open. Shanghai will host the season-ending Tennis Masters Cup, a multi-million dollar tournament featuring the world's top men players, in November. REUTERS/Aly Song
SHANGHAI
RTRMW3B
September 07, 2005
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at the Strategy and Technology...
Shanghai, China
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at summit in Shanghai.
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at the Strategy and Technology Summit in China's financial centre Shanghai September 7, 2005. Ericsson, the world's top telecoms equipment maker, will invest $1 billion in China over the next five years to grab a slice of billions of dollars in third-generation technology sales, executives said Wednesday. The Swedish firm foresaw China - the world's largest telecommunications market - granting long-awaited 3G licences in early 2006. REUTERS/Aly Song ALF/SA
SHANGHAI
RTRMW30
September 07, 2005
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at the Strategy and Technology...
Shanghai, China
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at summit in Shanghai.
Ericsson Chief Executive Carl-Henric Svanberg gestures during his speech at the Strategy and Technology Summit in China's financial centre Shanghai September 7, 2005. Ericsson, the world's top telecoms equipment maker, will invest $1 billion in China over the next five years to grab a slice of billions of dollars in third-generation technology sales, executives said Wednesday. The Swedish firm foresaw China - the world's largest telecommunications market - granting long-awaited 3G licences in early 2006. REUTERS/Aly Song ALF/SA
TRANSPORT CHINA UPS
RTRGQ2M
July 07, 2005
UPS asia-pacific regional CEO Ken Torok speaks at a news conference in China's financial centre Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
UPS asia-pacific regional CEO Ken Torok speaks at a news conference in China's financial centre Shanghai....
UPS asia-pacific regional CEO Ken Torok speaks at a news conference in China's financial centre Shanghai July 7,2005. The world's top package carrier, UPS, signed an agreement on Thursday to set up a logistics distribution centre in China, getting the jump on rival FedEx as outbound volume doubled in the first quarter. REUTERS/Aly Song ALF/VP
CHINA SKYSCRAPER
RTR123PH
February 13, 2003
A woman views a model of the Shanghai World Financial Center building
(centre) February 13, 2003. Shanghai...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
A WOMAN VIEWS A MODEL OF THE SHANGHAI WORLD FINANCIAL CENTER BUILDING.
A woman views a model of the Shanghai World Financial Center building
(centre) February 13, 2003. Shanghai is set to house the world's
ultimate symbol of capitalist success by 2007, as work restarted on
Thursday on the 101-storey, 492-metre tall skyscraper that its Japanese
builders hope will be the tallest on the planet. REUTERS/Claro Cortes
IV

CC/FA
DE MORANT
RTXL5AT
March 17, 2002
French manager Marc de Morant of Liton Management Education Centre talks to Chinese job seekers during...
Shanghai, China
French manager Marc de Morant of Liton Management Education Centre talks to Chinese job seekers duri.....
French manager Marc de Morant of Liton Management Education Centre talks to Chinese job seekers during a job fair in China's financial capital Shanghai March 16, 2002. China has set an economic growth target of seven percent this year, down from 7.3 percent in 2001, to create eight million jobs and keep a lid on social unrest among the unemployed in its first year in the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
CHINA ECONOMY
RTR2LXE
March 16, 2002
French manager Marc de Morant of Liton Management Education Centre
talks to Chinese job seekers during...
Shanghai, China - Peoples Republic of
FRENCH MANAGER TALKS TO CHINESE JOB SEEKERS IN SHANGHAI.
French manager Marc de Morant of Liton Management Education Centre
talks to Chinese job seekers during a job fair in China's financial
capital Shanghai March 16, 2002. China has set an economic growth
target of seven percent this year, down from 7.3 percent in 2001, to
create eight million jobs and keep a lid on social unrest among the
unemployed in its first year in the World Trade Organisation.
REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV

CC/RCS
RTR63NG
August 27, 1997
Shirley Zhuang, 19, a hotel worker from Shanghai, reacts to the design and size of a photograph of the...
China
PICTURE OF TALLEST BUILDING IN SHANGHAI
Shirley Zhuang, 19, a hotel worker from Shanghai, reacts to the design and size of a photograph of the Shanghai World Financial Centre building at a press launching August 27. Destined to be the world's tallest building at 460 metres and due for completion in 2001, the building will contain offices, an hotel and swimming pool and is located in Shanghai's Pudong area, in the heart of the city's future financial district.

CHINA SKYSCRAPER
RTR63NB
August 27, 1997
Former U.S. secretary of state, Alexander Haig (L), joins Deputy Mayor of Shanghai and Pudong area director...
China
GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY IN SHANGHAI FOR WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDING
Former U.S. secretary of state, Alexander Haig (L), joins Deputy Mayor of Shanghai and Pudong area director Zhao Qizheng (C) and an unidentified member of the Mori family (R) at a ground breaking ceremony August 27. The ceremony was to herald the beginning of construction on the world's tallest building, The Shanghai World Financial Centre at 460 metres. The building, due for completion in 2001, will contain offices, an hotel and swimming pool and is located in Shanghai's Pudong area, in the heart of the city's future financial district. The Chinese character engraved on the stone means 'ground breaking stone'.

CHINA SKYSCRAPER
RTR63LH
August 27, 1997
Construction workers rest in the bucket of earthmoving equipment before ground breaking ceremonies begin...
China
WORKERS AT BUILDING LAUNCH IN SHANGHAI
Construction workers rest in the bucket of earthmoving equipment before ground breaking ceremonies begin at the launch of construction August 27 on the world's tallest building, the Shanghai World Financial Centre at 460 metres. The building, due for completion in 2001, will contain offices, an hotel and swimming pool and is located in Shanghai's Pudong area, in the heart of the city's future financial district.

CHINA SKYSCRAPER
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