s on Septe◆mber 9th.
ijing Oly●mpic souvenir."The ■items are now ■being sorted a■nd counted. And ○their opening pric〓es will be fixe●d after an evaluat○ion.Xiong Yan●, Diector ●of Beijing Equity E○xchange said "The〓 opening prices○ of ordinary items● will be a littl●e lower than ne■w ones. After all?/p> This○
set includes fur○n
? they're use◆d. Souvenirs may be ○much more expensiv〓e, because t●hey have cultural, ■historical and c○ollectible value. Th〓ey are a carrier■ of the Beijing Olym〓pics legacy."〓The first ○batch of Olympic〓 items was used〓 by the Beijing O●rganizing Co○mmittee when i●t applied to hositure
and home ■appliances?/h3>
t○ the Games. ◆The 14-hun■dred pieces of items◆ nearly a decade ol◆d were aucti〓oned with a combine●d opening pr〓ice of 39-hundr◆ed yuan. But the pi〓eces were eventu〓ally bought for 〓a total of 23-th〓ousand yuan.The wea■ther's heating■ up in Bei◆jing, and so a●re prices for refri〓gerators. D?from
the Olym〓pic med
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ia village.T○his se
espite ■the sales ●around town, stor■e clerks say refrig●erator prices are ●indeed hig◆her than thos●e of last ye○ar.Price hikes〓 for steel and● oil and the ●Chinese yuan's c〓ontinued appreci〓ation have pushed up● the prices of ho○me appliances i●n China.Ding La◆n, Suning E○lectronics said "Th◆e prices of abo◆ut 90 perce〓nt of all ref○rigerators have 〓increased. A◆nd they've grow■n 4 to 6 percent."●A medium-price○d refriger■ator costs about 4○