Tuesday, November 29 HONG KONG: Euromoney holds first annual Pan-Asia bonds summit, featuring over 30 case studies on Asia's $1 trillion domestic bond markets. The Hong Kong Monetary Authority to sell $1.5 billion of 91-day bills and $500 million of 364-day notes in its weekly tender. AUSTRALIA: Reserve Bank of Australia governor Bernie Fraser to address Committee for the Economic Development of Australia. Australian balance of payments for October. Forecast: Deficit to widen to A$1.9 billion. Building approvals for October. Forecast: Drop of about five per cent. JAPAN: Japan and the United States to hold fourth sub-cabinet-level meeting on global co-operation as part of the trade and economic framework talks. October job-to-applicant ratio released by Ministry of Labour. October unemployment rate released by Management and Co-ordination Agency. Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association releases October vehicle exports. Ministry of International Trade and Industry releases large scale retail sales during October. Bank of Japan to release data of Japan's bank loans and deposits for the third quarter. Shares in Geomatec to begin trading on Japan's over-the-counter exchange, JASDAQ. MALAYSIA: Parit Perak Holdings and Glenealy Plantations hold stockholders' meetings to discuss Parit Perak's proposal to sell its 58.41 per cent stake in Glenealy and Glenealy's plans to divest its plantation assets and become a timber company. PHILIPPINES: Asian Development Bank to hold regional workshop on improving project quality. Wednesday, November 30 HONG KONG: Jardine Matheson Holdings, Jardine Strategic Holdings, Lai Sun Garment (International) and Winsor Industrial Corp to be replaced on the Hang Seng Index of top shares by Amoy Properties, Guangdong Investment, Johnson Electric Holdings and Oriental Press Group joining. Hong Kong seminar on Cyprus Offshore Banking and Financial Services. AUSTRALIA: National accounts for July-September quarter, including gross domestic product.